How we learn by Benedict: Chapter 9 Response

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Chapter 9 in the text (Carey, 2014) presents the idea that researchers are still learning about how perceptual discrimination works in the brain and what it might mean for learning in the classroom setting. Many of the examples shared in the text focus on what researchers have learned from studying experts in different fields such as chess and flying.

Consider how the findings (about perceptual discrimination works in the brain) presented in chapter 9 can inform your understanding of your teaching by answering the following:

  • How do the findings presented in chapter 9 impact what you are doing with your students as learners?
    • Apply your critical thinking skills and imagine how this might come into play for your students.
  • What potential do you see to use what you have learned from this material in your classroom? If you are not a classroom teacher, consider application to your professional roles or experiences.

Support your statements with evidence from the required studies and your research. Cite and reference your sources in APA style.

i have uploaded chapter 9 on file.

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