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KLOPE seminar 28 Apr. 2010

Learning and Neuroscience
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Kyesam Jung

on 15 November 2010

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Transcript of KLOPE seminar 28 Apr. 2010

The Art of Changing the Brain
- James E. Zull Comparison between My story and Their story

- Kyesam Jung



2010. 4. 28
KLOPE One "The useful approach for a teacher is to find ways to build on existing neural networks. Starting with whatever our students already know and building from there is a biologically based idea for pedagogy."

p.101-p.102 "But learners do improve and grow in their knowledge. If prior knoweldge turns out to be useless, they stop using it and learn new ideas."

p.109 "The knowledge in our minds consists of neuronal networks in our brains, so if that knowledge is to grow, the neuronal networks must physically change."

p.112 Students' pre-conception Conceptual change & Driscoll's thought Conceptual change = Physical change "This combination of unity and diversity is also true for our brain. If we focus on the details, we will be swamped and confused."

p.114 Chaos theory (L-system) "Another, possibly even more common, barrier to attending is our own misunderstanding of what it means. What should we do when we pay attention?"

p.142

"One such barrier is amygdala."

p.141 mis-understanding >>> amygdala "The best hypothesis seems to be that the brain knows things belong in the same category because those things trigger similar combinations of neural network."

p.156 "Hypothesis"
recalling memory Two Next? KEDI work Anything needs? Application? Usha Goswami University of Cambridge
Professor of Education
Director, Center for Neuroscience in Education

B.A. (Hons) in Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
P.G.C.E. University of London in Primary Education
D. Phil. in Developmental Psychology, University of Oxford Professor of Biology
Professor of Biochemistry
Director of UCITE
(The University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education) James E. Zull Preparing 3rd article Brain function Previous study Cognitive conflict Advice and question
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