Part of the curriculum will feature material covering the science of learning and metacognition.
My advice: if you are looking for an introduction to the cognitive aspects of teaching and learning, this book will work well for you.
Theoretical ideas are weaved into practical advice to create an excellent introduction for an aspiring teacher.
This is a good book for understanding how people learn, however it does a lot of repeating. Would prefer less of that.Published 3 months ago by Catherine
a bit too technical for a boring book. It is more geared to high school college bound students instead of advanced learningPublished 4 months ago by mike
Our college is developing peer mentoring programs for faculty and students. Part of the curriculum will feature material covering the science of learning and metacognition. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book dives right into our cognitive processes and how we best learn. This book is especially particular to the learning of the sciences.Published 7 months ago by AirWar1966
Not at all fun to read put it down almost immediately. Read like a research project and nothing like how I learn. Sorry do not recommend this as a good read.Published 7 months ago by Emma Pavich
The book is good for me; however, the contents of it is really useful but because the English language that been used in that book was advanced, I couldn't follow every things and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Akram