Brain Research May Have Classroom Benefit
New discoveries about the way that the brain works could help educators teach those with disabilities how to work around or overcome their disability, The Washington Post reports. The concept of neuroplasticity, which says that you can teach the brain to rewire itself to do things differently, holds particular promise in the classroom, educators say. And other theories suggest that visuals and music can make a difference and that some people might learn best by going backward, or trying to figure something out before learning why it works the way it does. To read more click here.