A New Science Of Teaching
Source of Publication
New Science Of Learning: Exploration In Mind, Brain, And Education
The Learning Sciences are a collective band of disciplines focused on better understanding human learning which range from psychology (mind), neuroscience (brain) and pedagogy (education), but also encompass fields as distinct as philosophy, cultural anthropology, linguistics, and artificial intelligence. From the Learning Sciences emerge transdisciplinary insights into the Science of Learning. The end goal of the Science of Learning is improved teaching. Once considered illusive, there are now dozens of evidence-based pedagogies that can be used by all teachers, at all grade levels, in all subjects, which point to a new Science of Teaching. This chapter will explore the theoretical framework used to vet these pedagogies and explain the international consensus-building that was used to identify them. It will then show readers how to apply the framework, highlight some new and often unused pedagogies and end with a call for a new type of educational professional who understands, appreciates and is able to construct the bridges of translational communication needed to bring these ideas to educators in classrooms.
978-90-04-54074-3; 978-90-04-54076-7; 978-90-04-54075-0
Academic-achievement, Cognitive Load, Neuroscience, Brain, Education, Expectations, Behavior, Impact, Future, Errors
Tokuhama-Espinosa, Tracey, "A New Science Of Teaching" (2023). All Works. 6336.
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