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by Pedro De Bruyckere,Paul A. Kirschner,Casper D. Hulshof

eBook Urban Myths about Learning and Education download ISBN: 0128015373
Author: Pedro De Bruyckere,Paul A. Kirschner,Casper D. Hulshof
Publisher: Academic Press; 1 edition (March 18, 2015)
Language: English
Pages: 226
ePub: 1723 kb
Fb2: 1644 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Subcategory: Social Sciences

Paul A. Kirschner (1951) is professor of Educational Psychology and Director of the Fostering Effective, Efficient and Enjoyable Learning environments . All in all, Urban Myths about Learning and Education is a good read. One person found this helpful.

All in all, Urban Myths about Learning and Education is a good read.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBN 9780128015377, 9780128017319. Each chapter examines a different myth, with sections on learning, the brain, technology, and educational policy. A final section discusses why these myths are so persistent. Written in an engaging style, the book separates fact from fiction regarding learning and education. Recognize any of these myths? People have different styles of learning.

De Bruyckere, Kirschner, & Hulshof, 2015) Especially as it was intentional, I do take issue with their use of the term 'philosophy' in this context. As the very concept of 'paradigms' is a contribution from philosophy; we should refrain from calling a paradigm 'a philosophy. While most acknowledge the value of ICT and recognize its potential for new modalities of teaching and learning (including E-learning) that are made possible by them, the uncertainty about our collective and/or individual future often leads to feelings of discomfort.

Pedro De Bruyckere (author), Paul A. Kirschner (author), Casper D. Hulshof (author) should be essential reading for all graduate students, not to mention faculty. Hulshof (author). 2. 9 should be essential reading for all graduate students, not to mention faculty, administrators (K-12 and higher education), and educational policy makers provides useful summaries of a wide array of issues that the authors believe are myths. -PsycCRITIQUES "A marvelous compendium of plausible-sounding ideas about education that have seeped into popular culture, but have little or no scientific support.

Written in an engaging style, the book separates fact from fiction regarding learning and education. Recognize any of these myths?

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Many things people commonly believe to be true about education are not supported by scientific evidence. Recognize any of these myths?

Paul A. Kirschner, Pedro De Bruyckere, Casper D. Hulshof. Casper Hulshof (1973) has a PhD in educational sciences, and works as a teacher at the faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands (ww. u.

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Pedro De Bruyckere, Paul A Kirschner. More Urban Myths about Learning and Education: Challenging Eduquacks, Extraordinary Claims, and Alternative Facts by. Pedro De Bruyckere, Paul A Kirschner.

Urban Myths about Learning and Education. P De Bruyckere, PA Kirschner, CD Hulshof. More Urban Myths About Learning and Education: Challenging Eduquacks, Extraordinary Claims, and Alternative Facts. P de Bruyckere, PA Kirschner, C Hulshof. Academic Press 1, 209, 2015. Technology in Education: What Teachers Should Know. American Educator 40 (1), 12, 2016. Jongens zijn slimmer dan meisjes. P De Bruyckere, C Hulshof.

By Pedro De Bruyckere, Paul A. Kirschner, Casper Hulshof. 198 pages 12 B/W Illus. 1. Myths about the 'what' 2. Myths about the how 3. Myths about (educational) psychology 4. Myths about educational policy 5. Evidence-based education as an educational myth

By Pedro De Bruyckere, Paul A. Evidence-based education as an educational myth.

Many things people commonly believe to be true about education are not supported by scientific evidence.  Urban Myths about Learning and Education examines commonly held incorrect beliefs and then provides the truth of what research has shown.  Each chapter examines a different myth, with sections on learning, the brain, technology, and educational policy.  A final section discusses why these myths are so persistent.  Written in an engaging style, the book separates fact from fiction regarding learning and education.

Recognize any of these myths?

People have different styles of learningBoys are naturally better at mathematics than girlsWe only use 10% of our brainsThe left half of the brain is analytical, the right half is creativeMen have a different kind of brain from womenWe can learn while we are asleepBabies become smarter if they listen to classical music

These myths and more are systematically debunked, with useful correct information about the topic in question.

Debunks common myths about learning and educationProvides empirical research on the facts relating to the mythsUtilizes light-hearted, approachable language for easy reading
Comments: (5)
Centrizius
This should be required reading for all educators and educational researchers. I cite it whenever a student (or a colleague!) uses one of these myths.

An excellent review of current research debunking a wide range of misconceptions on teaching and learning, neuroscience, education technology, and education policy. These myths are very widespread (e.g., learning styles), and they cause educators (and researchers) to engage in malpractice that actually causes mis-learning or misallocation of resources, or damaging education policies. If we are ever going to get to research-based practice in education, we must be able to modify practice not only to do what works, but also to stop doing what doesn't work. This is the best reference on what doesn't work that I have seen.

Mark Twain said, "It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so. "
He would appreciate this book
I'm a Russian Occupant
To the point, entertaining, and backed up by research.
Yanthyr
This book should be required reading for educators.
Vivaral
Very smart and very clear. Should be read by misbegotten researchers and teachers interested in changing learning of their students. I
Gietadia
Urban Myths about Learning and Education is a solid coverage of the prevailing misconceptions and myths in education. There's not much of an argument from me. The printing is quite bad as I had a hard time reading through the faded ink. Add more black, please. No reason to skim on it. All in all, Urban Myths about Learning and Education is a good read.