Leaders in education and neuroscience talk about how brain science can enhance learning.

A Conversation With Howard Gardner

Powerful ideas have universal impact. The concept of Multiple Intelligences, for example, started as a theory in the halls of Harvard University and has now grown to be one of the most influential movements in teaching practices in the 20th...
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A Conversation With Marian Diamond

The photographs and worn books that adorn Dr. Marian Diamond's office are a sharp contrast to the spare concrete corridors of the Valley Life Sciences Building at the University of California at Berkeley. And Dr. Diamond herself, an elegant woman...
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A Conversation With Bruce McEwen

In the life cycle of an academic research scientist, developmental maturation usually consists of achieving a secure tenured position, establishing a productive lab, and becoming a respected member of the scientific community. Once this is achieved, most academic researchers busy...
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Use Your Brain or Lose It: A Conversation with Dr. John Ratey

Dr. John Ratey's most recent book, A User's Guide to the Brain, is one of the most accessible books available on recent brain research, what it means, and how to best make use of it. Ratey is professor of psychiatry...
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Mindful of Students’ Brains: An Interview with Eric Jensen

Two decades ago, Eric Jensen, who was then a middle and high school English teacher, participated in a workshop that, he says, "knocked my lights out." And it changed his career. The workshop focused on ideas for educating young people...
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