NEST!Jan 09, 2022
Reflections on Strength-Based Parenting
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The brain basis for integrated social, emotional, and academic development: How emotions and social relationships drive learning. Immordino-Yang & Chrone (2018)
Reflections on Dyslexia Movie Depiction - Taare Zameen Par Movie (2007)
Love and Learning – Richard Davidson Neuroscientist
Awakening the Genius in Every Child: discovering and reviving the natural motivation that exists in all children at birth. – Thomas Armstrong (2013)
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Appreciating and Promoting Social Creativity in Autistic Youth - Lerner & Girard (2018)
Data Visualization: An Excercise in Perspective
Cognitive and psychosocial characteristics of gifted students with written language disability. Assouline, S. Foley Nicpon, M., & Whiteman, C. (2010)
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Math anxiety: Can teachers help students reduce it? ask the cognitive scientist. Beilock, S. & Willingham, D. (2014). American Educator, 38(2), 28.
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Bridging Neuroscience and Education.
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Emotionally Regulated Communications through the medium of Art
Emotions often get in the way of communications between two parties, particularly when both parties approach from different perspectives.
How then can we get back often strong emotions attached to our perspectives?
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