Ansari Daniel & Coch Donna (2006). Â« Bridges over troubled waters : Education and cognitive neuroscience Â». Trends in cognitive sciences, vol. 10, nÂ° 4, avril, p. 146–151. ISSN 1364-6613.
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|Resource type: Journal Article
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 1364-6613
BibTeX citation key: Ansari2006
|Categories: Apprentissages et psychologie
Subcategories: Neurosciences et Ă©ducation
Keywords: enseignement, neurosciences
Creators: Ansari, Coch
Collection: Trends in cognitive sciences
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Recently there has been growing interest in and debate about the relation between cognitive neuroscience and education. Our goal is to advance the debate beyond both recitation of potentially education-related cognitive neuroscience findings and the claim that a bridge between fields is chimerical. In an attempt to begin a dialogue about mechanisms among students, educators, researchers and practitioner-scientists, we propose that multiple bridges can be built to make connections between education and cognitive neuroscience, including teacher training, researcher training and collaboration. These bridges--concrete mechanisms that can advance the study of mind, brain and education--will benefit both educators and cognitive neuroscientists, who will gain new perspectives for posing and answering crucial questions about the learning brain.