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The Teaching Brain free pdf This game-changing analysis of how the mind teaches will transform common perceptions of one of the most essential human practices (and one of the most hotly debated professions), charting a path forward for teachers, parents, and anyone seeking to better understand learning-and unlocking the teaching brain in all of us.

About Michelle Fitzpatrick

Vanessa Rodriguez is a doctoral student at the Harvard Graduate School of Education who has presented her award-winning work in educational neuroscience in the United States and abroad. After teaching history, science, and English for over a decade in New York City's public schools, she now resides in Cambridge, MA. This is her first book. Michelle Fitzpatrick, a graduate of Harvard's master's program in Mind, Brain, and Education, has co-authored over thirty non-fiction books, including "What's Eating Your Child?" and the New York Times bestseller "Transition" by Chaz Bono. She lives in Dover, MA.

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Author : Michelle Fitzpatrick
Publisher : The New Press
Data Published : 20 November 2014
ISBN : 1595589961
EAN : 9781595589965
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 238 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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