Educational Neuroscience

  • ID: 2561578
  • Book
  • 390 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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In recent years, important strides have been made in realizing the potential of neuroscience to make meaningful contributions in the field of education.Educational Neuroscience presents a key reference source for students, educators, policy makers, and educational and developmental psychologists interested in bridging the gap between the biological basis of learning and the delivery of education in the classroom. An overview of the latest finding in developmental cognitive neurosciences and their possible applications to education is provided, with individual chapters written collaboratively by educationalists, psychologists and neuroscientists to ensure maximum clarity and relevance to a broad range of readers.

Topics and themes include neuroscience and educational methodologies, language and mathematical development, literacy, and various skills associated with conceptual, social, and emotional development.Educational Neuroscience offers important insights into the current state of research findings related to the interactions between biological processes and education–while paving the way to new frontiers and directions in learning and teaching.

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List of contributors ix

Preface xi

Foreword: Imaging the Future xiiMichael I. Posner

1. Introduction 1Brian Butterworth and Andy Tolmie

2. Neuroimaging Methods 13Frederic Dick, Sarah Lloyd–Fox, Anna Blasi, Clare Elwell, and Debbie Mills

3. Computational Modeling of Learning and Teaching 46Michael S. C. Thomas and Diana Laurillard

4. Genetics for Education 77Yulia Kovas, Sergei Malykh, and Stephen A. Petrill

5. Research Methods in Educational Psychology 110Andy Tolmie

6. Language Development 134Victoria Knowland and Chris Donlan

7. Literacy Development 172Liory Fern–Pollak and Jackie Masterson

8. Mathematical Development 201Brian Butterworth and Sashank Varma

9. The Development and Application of Scientific Reasoning 237Jonathan Fugelsang and Denis Mareschal

10. Social Development 268Sarah–Jayne Blakemore, Kathrin Cohen Kadosh, Catherine L. Sebastian, Tobias Grossmann, and Mark H. Johnson

11. Emotional Development 297Alice Jones

12. Attention and Executive Control 325Michelle de Haan

Afterword 349John T. Bruer

Index 364

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