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    An Extraordinary Time: Teaching in the 21st Century Kindergarten-Lifelong
    How has brain research influenced instruction practices? Susan Kovalik shares an instructional method that is built on information from research on the brain: Integrated Thematic Instruction (ITI). ITI combines four teaching, learning, and science constructs...

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    Brain Research - Does It Support Ellen G. White's Counsels to Educators? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This feature article identifies the connection between Ellen White's counsels on education and the findings of current brain researchers. Caviness examines 15 recurrent themes in brain research and 12 in Ellen White's counsels; she arrives at insightful conclusions...

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    Brain-Based Learning - Fact or Fiction? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Current developments in brain research offer many insights for teaching and learning educators; however, teachers and principals should demonstrate caution by learning how to apply brain research intelligently, thereby avoiding the misuse of such research...

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    How the Brain Learns Best Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article shares brain-function research conclusions regarding how the brain learns best: 1) through multisensory processing, 2) in a predictable sequence, 3) in a flexible environment, 4) when intrinsically motivated. Learning activities need to include...

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    Is Koko a Person? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Walters attempts to explain the differences between a person and a human.

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    Math-Related Problems of Dyslexia Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Strategies for helping the learning-disabled child master math. Math difficulties may be traced to dyslexia and/or reading related problems, may be part of an overall learning disability, but for some math may be the only subject in which they have problems....

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    Putting Standardized Testing to the Test Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Jerry Kea discusses the history, design, and structure of standardized tests, their status in schools, and alternatives to their use for teachers who desire a clearer philosophical focus and more responsible evaluation of Seventh-day Adventist youth. Topics...

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    Subjective Reality - The Hard Question Tertiary-Lifelong
    The manner in which the 100 billion or so neurons in the human brain work together to give us the rich subjective conscious experience has been referred to as the 'hard question'. Author Own Hughes explores this question exposing some of its difficult dimensions....

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    What Is Dyslexia? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article describes some of the scientific findings and the educational treatment of dyslexia to help educators understand and to identify students. Key concepts are defined. Identification and early indicators of at-risk students are discussed. A teacher's...