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Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall, 2010: Session 5

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 5

 

Class is itself an experiment in a particular form of education: co-constructive inquiry

Learning by interacting, sharing observations and understandings to create, individually and collectively, new understandings and new questions that motivate new observations

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Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall, 2010: Session 4

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 4

 

Class is itself an experiment in a particular form of education: co-constructive inquiry

Learning by interacting, sharing observations and understandings to create, individually and collectively, new understandings and new questions that motivate new observations

Paul Grobstein's picture

Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall, 2010: Session 3

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 3

 

Class is itself an experiment in a particular form of education: co-constructive inquiry

Learning by interacting, sharing observations and understandings to create, individually and collectively, new understandings and new questions that motivate new observations

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Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall, 2010: Session 2

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 2

 

Class is itself an experiment in a particular form of education: co-constructive inquiry

Learning by interacting, sharing observations and understandings to create, individually and collectively, new understandings and new questions that motivate new observations

Paul Grobstein's picture

Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall, 2010: Session 1

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 1

 

Class is itself an experiment in a particular form of education: co-constructive inquiry

Learning by interacting, sharing observations and understandings to create, individually and collectively, new understandings and new questions that motivate new observations

Paul Grobstein's picture

Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall 2010: Resources

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Course Resource List

This list is an idiosyncratic sampling of materials on the web and elsewhere.  Suggestions for additions to this list are welcome in the on-line forum at the bottom of the page.  

General Serendip resources

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Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall 2010 Home Page

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

A discussion of intersections between the neural and cognitive sciences and the theory and practice of education.  In addition to in class conversation,  students will participate in on-line forum discussion of papers on this general subject, lead discussions and write web papers on topics of particular interest to themselves.  Others are welcome to join in the conversation by way of background readings and on-line forums associated with each class session (see schedule below), and via the on-line forum at the end of this page.  

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Thinking more about depression as "adaptive"

""I suspect there are features of the higher order organization of neurons that need to be included among the "underlying rules" to achieve a better understanding of depression, both conceptually and for therapeutic purposes."  ... PG, An expanded neurobiology of depression, June, 2009

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