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Fine. 0871202824 Softcover, in Fine condition, no stamps or writing, straight spine without creases, looks like new, no flaws to note, a nice looking book, ; A-322; What happens when learning theory meets the reality of the classroom? In this book, you'll find out what happened when Renate and Geoffrey Caine took their theory of learning, which is based on a wholistic interpretation of brain research, and strived to bring it to life in two schools. The Caines' work represents a new way of looking at learning and change. Forming the foundation are brain/mind learning principles that describe how the brain, mind, and body work together. The book details the Caines' work in the schools, reports the results, and introduces surprising conclusions about how educators will have to think and function to succeed in the 21st century. The Caines believe that society as a whole is poised on the edge of chaos--and possibility. Education is being pulled into that turbulence, and educators have an opportunity to participate in influencing its direction. By incorporating traditional and brain-based approaches to instruction, the authors offer the means--education on the edge of possibility.
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