website is a resource for adult educators on a range of learning and teaching issues with links to useful web
Keeping a learning journal: Study skills advice sheet (Worcester University).
Resources for teachers by Dr Janet Elder, a specialist in study skills.
Mind Matters Dr Pat Wolfe's website dedicated to the translation of brain research to classroom practice. Watch clip and read summary of chapters of her book - A study guide on Brain Matters: Translating research into classroom practice.
YouTube links - Brain Structure and functions
Brain Fitness 1/8 - Introduction (2.28 min.)
Brain Fitness 2/8 - Brain plasticity - (10 min.)
Daniel Goleman - Social Intelligence (4.11 min)
The New Science of Learning: 10 page excerpt from opening chapter by Keith Sawyer (2006). An introduction to a student-oriented
way of looking at learning, drawing on research from psychology, education, computer science and anthropology.
traditional vision of learning, with its 'instructionism' is now considered deeply flawed, and learning for a deeper conceptual
understanding is considered appropriate for the modern complex world, where students learn by actively participating in their
interview with Prof. Janet Young: Collaborative Learning Case Studies.