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Biosocial education : the social and biological entanglements of learning
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  • Biosocial education : the social and biological entanglements of learning
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  • Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : 2019 ©2019
  • 2019
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • xiii, 173 pages illustrations 25 cm
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages [152]-168) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
  • 1. The social and biological entanglements of learning -- 2. When biology and the social meet -- 3. Optimizing humans -- 4. Being human: brain-body-environment entanglements -- 5. Feeling the classroom -- 6. Biosocial assemblage: the case of Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder -- 7. Biosocial learning.
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  • In this groundbreaking text, Youdell and Lindley bring together cutting-edge research from the fields of biology and social science to explore the complex interations between the diverse processes which impact on education and learning. Transforming the way we think about our students, our classrooms, teaching and learning, Biosocial Education draws on advances in genetics and metabolomics, epigenetics, biochemistry and neuroscience, to illustrate how new understandings of how bodies function can and must inform educational theory, policy and everyday pedagogical practices. Offering detailed insight into new findings in these area and providing a compelling account of both the implications and limits of this new-found knowledge, the text confronts the mechanisms of interaction between multiple biological and social factors, and explores how educators might mobilize these 'biosocial' influences to enhance learning and enable each child to attain educational success. By seeking out transdisciplinary and multi-factor answers to the question of how education works and how children learn, this book lays the foundations for a step change in the way we approach learning. It is an essential read for researchers, teachers, and practitioners involved in educational policy and practice at any level--back cover.
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  • Online version: Youdell, Deborah, 1970- author. Biosocial education Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019 ISBN 9781315226408
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  • 9780415787093
  • 0415787092
  • 9780415787109
  • 0415787106
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In this groundbreaking text, Youdell and Lindley bring together cutting-edge research from the fields of biology and social science to explore the complex interactions between the diverse processes which impact on education and learning.

Transforming the way we think about our students, our classrooms, teaching and learning, Biosocial Education draws on advances in genetics and metabolomics, epigenetics, biochemistry and neuroscience, to illustrate how new understandings of how bodies function can and must inform educational theory, policy and everyday pedagogical practices. Offering detailed insight into new findings in these areas and providing a compelling account of both the implications and limits of this new-found knowledge, the text confronts the mechanisms of interaction between multiple biological and social factors, and explores how educators might mobilize these ¿biosocial¿ influences to enhance learning and enable each child to attain educational success.

By seeking out transdisciplinary and multi-factor answers to the question of how education works and how children learn, this book lays the foundations for a step-change in the way we approach learning. It is an essential read for researchers, teachers and practitioners involved in educational policy and practice at any level.

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