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Educational Neuroscience: Development Across the Life Span

Educational Neuroscience: Development Across the Life Span

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Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
Year 15/04/2020
Pages 558
Version paperback
Readership level College/higher education
ISBN 9781138240353
Categories Child & developmental psychology, Educational psychology, Neurosciences
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The field of educational neuroscience uses new insights about the neural mechanisms of learning to improve educational practices and outcomes. The first volume to bring together the latest knowledge on the development of educational neuroscience from a life-span perspective, this important text offers state of the art, authoritative research findings in educational neuroscience before providing evidence-based recommendations for classroom practice. Thomas, Mareschal, Dumontheil, and the team of expert international contributors assembled in this volume thoroughly explore four main themes throughout the book. The first theme is individual differences, or what makes children perform better or worse in the classroom. The second theme is the nature of individual differences at different stages in development, from early years into adulthood. The third theme addresses cognitive enhancement, summarizing research that has investigated activities that might give general benefits to cognition. And the fourth theme considers the translation of research findings into classroom practices, discussing broader ethical issues raised by educational neuroscience, and what teachers need to know about neuroscience to enhance their day-to-day practice. Specific topics explored include neuropsychological perspectives on socioeconomic disparities in educational achievement, reading difficulties, phonological skills, executive function, and emotional development. Educational Neuroscience is essential reading for researchers and graduate students of educational psychology, developmental science, developmental psychology, and cognitive psychology, especially those specializing in emotion regulation.

Educational Neuroscience: Development Across the Life Span

Table of contents

Introduction











Why is neuroscience relevant to education? Michael Thomas and Daniel Ansari










An introduction to brain and cognitive development - the key concepts you need to know Iroise Dumontheil & Denis Mareschal






Development and variation: Nature vs. Nature









What has behavioral genetic research told us about the origins of individual differences in educational abilities and achievements? Georgina Donati & Emma Meaburn










Socioeconomic disparities in achievement: Insights on neurocognitive development and educational interventions Daniel A. Hackman & David J. M. Kraemer






Discipline-specific abilities: literacy, numeracy, and science









Neuroscience in reading and reading difficulties Xiuhong Tong & Catherine McBride-Chang










Reading acquisition and developmental dyslexia: Educational neuroscience and phonological skills Usha Goswami










Sources of variability in mathematical development Bert de Smedt










Lifespan conceptual development in science: brain and behaviour Andy Tolmie and Selma Dundar-Coecke






Discipline-general abilities: executive functions, social and affective development












The development of executive functions in childhood and adolescence and their relation to school performance Sabine Peters










Understanding emotional thought can transform educators' understanding of how students learn Mary Helen Immordino-Yang & Rebecca Gotlieb






Leading methods for cognitive enhancement









Action video games: from effects on cognition and the brain to potential educational applications Irene Altarelli, Shawn Green & Daphne Bavelier










Mindfulness and executive function: Implications for learning and early childhood education Andrei D. Semenov, Douglas Kennedy, and Philip David Zelazo










The neuroscience of sleep and its relation to educational outcomes Rachel Sharman, Gaby Illingworth and Christopher-James Harvey










The effectiveness of aerobic exercise for improving educational outcomes Catherine Wheatley, Thomas Wassenaar and Heidi Johansen-Berg










The cognitive benefits and disadvantages of bilingualism across the lifespan and implications for education Jacqueline Phelps and Roberto Filippi










Music training, individual differences, and plasticity Glenn Schellenberg






Into the classroom









Towards a science of teaching and learning for teacher education Paul Howard-Jones, Konstantina Ioannou, Ruth Bailey, Jayne Prior, Tim Jay, and Shu Yau










Educational neuroscience: ethical perspectives Victoria Knowland










Educational neuroscience: so what does it mean in the classroom? Derek Bell & Helen M. Darlington






Conclusion









Key challenges in advancing educational neuroscience Michael Thomas, Iroise Dumontheil & Denis Mareschal

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