Thursday, January 29, 2015

I am posting this invitation here, because many of the educators who practice guided inquiry, knowingly build on the brain's natural processes. I encourage any of you to submit an article. Good luck. Courtesy of ASCD SmartBrief

ASCD Express call for content: Minds-on learning
How do you design learning that strengthens connections in the brain, accounts for processing time and working memory capacity, engages multiple sense for deep inquiry, and otherwise capitalizes on how the brain learns? What myths about the brain and learning persist? What new discoveries are most promising (and relevant) for educators? ASCD Express is looking for 600-1,000 word essays on the theme "Minds-On Learning." Submit your story.

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