How People Learn - Christopher Bertha & Dominique Craft

How People Learn

By Christopher Bertha & Dominique Craft

  • Release Date: 2012-12-29
  • Genre: Education
How People Learn book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 66 Ratings)

How People Learn Christopher Bertha & Dominique Craft Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

This handbook is intended to give you a foundational understanding of how the brain acquires new knowledge and how, as a teacher, you can best facilitate and optimize this process.

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User reviews about this book

  • Splendid work

    5
    By AB jinia
    It is obviously a great reading for the new teachers. As like we ,students normally see in our classes what our respected teachers want us to be. A great read no doubt
  • Ohhhh

    5
    By JabezPlays
    I'm Going To Get This, I Wish Its Good:)
  • Great!

    5
    By Iarasbelen
    I really enjoyed reading this short book! I'm an ESL teacher in Korea and i think it was very helpful for me~! Thank you!!
  • Excellent

    5
    By DrewL217
    As someone who got in to teaching without getting a degree in eduction, I found this book to be an excellent overview of important topics and practical ideas to implement in the classroom.
  • Excellent Read

    5
    By YoEngTeach
    I really enjoyed this read because it's approachable and a conversation starter. When I introduced the book to my circle of "best practice" colleagues, it allowed us to reflect on what areas we can improve based on possible misconceptions of the teaching/learning process. A few of us even dove into the sources found in the back of the book. I definitely enjoy the approach of looking at the brain, and the content is presented in a way that doesn't scare off even the most traditionalist teachers. I think it's an important read for novice and even experienced teachers.
  • Thoughtful, important read for any educator or parent!

    5
    By ihartandrea
    Great condensed information on learning based on current research! Beautiful graphics!

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