The Unified Learning Model: How Motivational, Cognitive, and Neurobiological Sciences Inform Best Teaching Practices (Hardback)Duane F. Shell (author), David W. Brooks (author), Guy Trainin (author), Kathleen M. Wilson (author), Douglas F. Kauffman (author), Lynne M. Herr (author)
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Number of pages: 212
Weight: 1090 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 14 mm
Edition: 2010 ed.
From the reviews:
"This is an excellent book about how learners learn and behave in a classroom and how this understanding about learning could be put to use by teachers for effective teaching. ... the authors have successfully tied different ideas, concepts, and theories of learning into one model that is easy to understand even for those readers who do not have a background in education. I highly recommend this well-written and engaging book to all teachers, researchers, and students." (Sandhya N. Baviskar, The American Biology Teacher, Vol. 73 (4), April, 2011)
"The writers of The Unified Learning Model (ULM) intend their book to satisfy classroom teachers as well as teaching and learning researchers. The book is divided into chapters within two major sections, developing the model and applying the model. ... This book reinforced for me the value of modeling and practicing problem solving for students. ... It gives the reader a variety of things to contemplate about memory and learning, the most challenging and enjoyable being the ULM itself." (Greg Diersen, The American Biology Teacher, Vol. 73 (4), April, 2011)
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