Learning memory the brain in action by marilee sprenger is an amazing exploration of the topic bringing complex brain functions to an understandable and applicable level read more helpful comment report abuse jen 50 out of 5 stars great book for learning to remember july 6 2012. Current brain research is as amazing as it can be confusing this book discusses in plain terms the structure function and development of the human brain the author describes the five memory lanes semantic episodic procedural automatic and emotional and tells how they function in learning and memory. Based on the assumption that the more teachers know about brain science the better prepared they will be to make instructional decisions this book presents information on current research regarding learning and memory and applies the research to situations that educators face daily. Learning memory help students improve their memories and make their learning permanent by using the simple strategies in this fascinating guide for teachers discover where knowledge is stored how its retrieved and what types of learning experiences trigger recall. Marilee is a member of the american academy of neurology the learning and the brain society and the cognitive neuroscience society she is an adjunct professor at aurora university teaching graduate courses on brain based teaching learning and memory and differentiation
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