Pam Harland

Review the following to prepare for Module 7:

Beltran, J. (2018). Poor fitness linked to weaker brain fiber, higher dementia risk. University of Texas.

Minero, E. (2017). When students are traumatized, teachers are too. 

Ose Askvik, E., van der Weel, F. R., & van der Meer, A. L. H. (2020). The importance of cursive handwriting over typewriting for learning in the classroom: A high-density EEG study of 12-year-old children and young adults. Frontiers in Psychology, 11.

Quinn, D. M. (2020). Experimental evidence on teachers’ racial bias in student evaluation: The role of grading scales. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 42(3), 375–392.

Sanger, K. L., Thierry, G., & Dorjee, D. (2018). Effects of school-based mindfulness training on emotion processing and well-being in adolescents: Evidence from event-related potentials. Developmental Science, 21(5).

Walter, J. (2019). Audiobooks or reading? To our brains, it doesn’t matter. Discover Magazine.

Yeager, D. S., Hanselman, P., Walton, G. M., Murray, J. S., Crosnoe, R., Muller, C., Tipton, E., Schneider, B., Hulleman, C. S., Hinojosa, C. P., Paunesku, D., Romero, C., Flint, K., Roberts, A., Trott, J., Iachan, R., Buontempo, J., Yang, S. M., Carvalho, C. M., … Dweck, C. S. (2019). A national experiment reveals where a growth mindset improves achievement. Nature, 573(7774), 364–369.

To do: This week you will develop your own questions based on one of the readings above.

Outcomes: Reflect on how learning theories impact life beyond the classroom


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