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Semrud-Clikeman, M. (n.d.). Research in Brain and Learning. Retrieved February 11, 2018 from http://www.apa.org/education/k12/brain-function.aspx
I liked this resource from the American Psychology Association because it covers a lot of areas, such as different ages or grade levels. 75 more words
The Middle Ages taught all knowledge as connected. They believed all things we could know (the Sciences) could be housed in four large houses.
All knowledge of the Natural world (mostly what we call “science” today, things like biology, chemistry, physics, etc) were placed in the lowest house: the Natural Sciences. 137 more words
Studying humans is a hard thing to do. We are not a discrete lump of information, and we don’t pattern very well. Most of the mis-guided assumptions of past ideologies about how science can tame the wildness of anthropological study are just that: wrong guesses. 322 more words