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Mind, brain, and teaching: Some directions for future research

Published inBehavioral and Brain Sciences, vol. 38, p. 36-37
Publication date2015
Abstract

In line with Kline's taxonomy, highlighting teaching as an array of behaviors with different cognitive underpinnings, we advocate the expansion of a specific line of research on mind, brain, and teaching. This research program is devoted to the understanding of the neurocognitive mechanisms and the evolutionary determinants of teaching skills, with the ultimate goal of helping teachers improve teaching quality.

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PASQUINELLI, Elena et al. Mind, brain, and teaching: Some directions for future research. In: Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2015, vol. 38, p. 36–37. doi: 10.1017/S0140525X14000697
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