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Teaching for the two-sided mind: A guide to right brain/left brain education ePub download

by Linda VerLee Williams

  • Author: Linda VerLee Williams
  • ISBN: 013892547X
  • ISBN13: 978-0138925475
  • ePub: 1563 kb | FB2: 1652 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Schools & Teaching
  • Publisher: Prentice-Hall (1983)
  • Pages: 213
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 774
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Teaching for the two-sided mind: A guide to right brain/left brain education ePub download

The Left Brain Speaks, the Right Brain Laughs: A Look at the Neuroscience of Innovation & Creativit. y Ransom . Great book for teacher, home school teachers and a guide for teaching kids who are not auditory learners. I am a pediatrician and recommended this book many times.

Only 12 left in stock (more on the way). I am a visual learner and am considered to have a learning disability.

Linda Verlee Williams has taught school at every level from preschool to college. She has trained teachers at the University of California at Berkeley, for the Ministry of Education in Ethiopia, and in many school districts. She is an instructor at University Extension, the University of California and is an associate of The Learning Circle in Berkeley. Books by Linda VerLee Williams.

Williams, Linda VerLee, 1942-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by sf-loadersive. org on November 3, 2009.

How can the right-brain vs. left-brain debate help teachers reach students' varying learning styles? . Williams was a teacher, not a brain expert. Jacket copy touts her experience teaching at every level from preschool to college, including training teachers at the University of California, Berkeley. Despite its title, the book is primarily about different learning modalities and her philosophy of inclusive teaching to accommodate all of them. In a passage that embodies her central message, she never mentions right- or left-brain hemispheric functions or any neuroscience term

We bought the book and look at the teaching methodolgies in details. There are 4 key points which we find it very revelant in today's schools.

We bought the book and look at the teaching methodolgies in details. Suitable for Grade1-6. Excellent resource for teachers of all grade levels! By Thriftbooks. com User, February 18, 1999. Williams gives an abundance of resourceful ideas to teachers of all levels. Easy to use tomorrow kind of ideas which seem to be lacking in public schools.

Linda Verlee Williams. Place of Publication. I needed this book for an online class. The information is interesting but out-of-date. This may be helpful for those who are just curious about the subject, but anyone with an education degree covered the information in remedial teaching classes. It may be good to read prior to or during student teaching just to get a better feel for one's own teaching styles. Best-selling in Non-Fiction Books.

Students need right-brain strength to achieve balanced thinking skills and . Teaching for the Two-Sided Mind. Linda Verlee Williams.

Students need right-brain strength to achieve balanced thinking skills and to activate a full range of cognitive and creative abilities. Format Paperback 228 pages.

Teaching for the Two-Sided Mind - A Guide to Right Brain/Left Brain Education by Linda Verlee Wiliams, A Spectrum Book Published by Prentice-Hall In. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1983, in Paperback. Dianne Wuillemin (a1). Department of Psychology & Philosophy, University of Papua New Guinea, PAPUA NEW GUINEA.

Linda Verlee Williams, Teaching For The Two-Sided Mind: A Guide to Right Brain/Left Brain Education, Simon & Schuster, 1986, p110. Elizabeth F. Loftus, Human Memory: The Processing of Information, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1976, p65. ^ For example, Aristotle referred to topoi (places) in which memorial content could be aggregated - hence our modern term "topics", while another primary classical source, Rhetorica ad Herennium (Bk III) discusses rules for places and images.

a guide to right brain/left brain education. by Linda VerLee Williams. Bibliography: p. 197-207. Published 1983 by Prentice-Hall in Englewood Cliffs, .

A guide to Right Brain/Left Brain education
Zamo
Great book for teacher, home school teachers and a guide for teaching kids who are not auditory learners.
I am a pediatrician and recommended this book many times. I am a visual learner and am considered to have a learning disability.
All bunk. There are may ways to teach and learn. This book explains and instructs how.
Hystana
Sir Ken Robinson talks about how current education "stripmines" the minds of our youth. While I wholeheartedly agree with him about the need to change this, I also think we need to find ways to reclaim those older minds who have gone through this system and are now stuck in a changing world, in dire need of those skills that were not developed earlier. For both scenarios, I recommend this book. It is an excellent book for the teacher and the adult learner. Instead of trying to divide people into left and right brain thinkers (which really doesn't have much validity according to neurological studies), Williams comes from the angle that we are ALL left and right brain thinkers. Not only can this book help you refine how you learn information and analyze problems, it also invites you to try other ways of learning. You will be surprised at how much you actually do use both sides of your brain.
anonymous
This is probably the most insightful and practical resource I have come across concerning teaching students with varying learning styles. I think it should be required reading for ALL teachers!
Nea
This is an old book, but full of wonderful information for any teacher. It gives background on how students learn and instruction on how to tailor classroom lessons for those who learn best holistically rather than in a structured step by step manner. I would recommend it to all teachers from elementary to high school.
Zan
Great hook for teachers to reference.
Tygrafym
Love it!
Siralune
This book really helped me understand the many ways in which our minds work and process information. Most of the academic learning centers(schools,especially free ones) have only presented one style of learning, primarily from the left brain......but THEN there are teachers who can teach from the right side also. The best teachers are the ones WHO CAN recognize what each students needs to open them up mentally.....there is more than one way of learning academics.......kids don't have disabilities...they have they lack of PROPER teachers that have the MASTER KEYS to unlock their little brains.
Good read especially for parents to be. Worth the money spent.
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