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Educational neuroscience is an exciting new discipline that brings together research from psychology, neuroscience, and pedagogy to help educators make the best curriculum, instructional, and assessment choices for effective learning. Locate an article on proquest that investigates findings from cognitive and neuroscientific research. Provide a brief summary of the article and explain how the findings could be translated into what educators do in schools and classrooms. Do the findings support differentiated teaching and learning? Why or why not?

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The excellent article from proquest is cited here:

Slavkin, M. (2003). Engaging the heart, hand, & brain. Principal Leadership, 3(9), 20-25. Retrieved from ...

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