Quick Look: Understanding How Kids' Brains Work When They Learn

Fascinating look into research being done about how kids' brains change with neuro-imaging to "pinpoint the moment of mastery." It's called "neuroeducation."

Reading. Writing. Arithmetic. Be at school at 8:30, be home by 3:00. Multiplication tables, flash cards, fractions with pie charts and learn the alphabet by sounding it out. These are the bedrocks of education, passed down through generations of teachers. But do they work? And if they don't, how would we ever know?

Read more at: research.universityofcalifornia.edu

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