Exploring subjects from many angles helps children make connections

03/17/2008 | NSDL Road Reports

Neuroscientist and current middle-school algebra teacher Dr. Judy Willis showed educators how brain research can help improve student learning, at the ASCD conference in New Orleans this weekend. Teachers who encourage students to consider problems from new perspectives help them strengthen neural pathways as well as forge connections with other concepts.

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