Daily Archives: April 9, 2014

Mind, Brain, and Education – Implications for Educators

This issue of LEARNing Landscapes shares historically, theoretically, and practically how the fields of neuroscience, psychology, and education are working together to get a more cohesive understanding of the physiology of the brain, and to implement learning in more effective … Continue reading

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Love matters more than genes for Children with same-sex Parents

Water just may be as thick as blood for children growing up with parents of the same sex. In a study of 25, they all reported a childhood that resembles any other childhood – where close family ties are established … Continue reading

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Los Nuevos Rebeldes

Si lo primero es la protesta, lo segundo es el pensamiento. ¿Qué está pasando estos años en la segunda década del siglo XXI?” se pregunta Luis Diego Fernández en Los nuevos rebeldes. Artífices de sus propias formas de vida. En … Continue reading

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