Mind, Brain, and Education

Cover image for Vol. 10 Issue 4

Edited By: Editor-in-Chief: Pat Levitt

Impact Factor: 1.182

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 55/69 (Psychology Developmental); 73/231 (Education & Educational Research)

Online ISSN: 1751-228X

Annenberg Foundation Articles

The Annenberg Foundation course on learning and the brain recommends these 12 articles from Mind, Brain and Education for teachers and students.

We Feel, Therefore We Learn: The Relevance of Affective and Social Neuroscience to Education
Immordino-Yang, Damasio

A Tale of Two Cases: Lessons for Education From the Study of Two Boys Living With Half Their Brains

Learning as Problem Design Versus Problem Solving: Making the Connection Between Cognitive Neuroscience Research and Educational Practice


The Smoke Around Mirror Neurons: Goals as Sociocultural and Emotional Organizers of Perception and Action in Learning


Cognitive Development and Learning: Analyzing the Building of Skills in Classrooms


Mind, Brain, and Education: Building a Scientific Groundwork for Learning and Teaching

Building Mind, Brain, and Education Connections: The View From the Upper Valley
Coch, Michlovitz, Ansari, Baird,

Research Schools: Grounding Research in Educational Practice
Hinton, Fischer

Schooling as a Knowledge System: Lessons from Cramim Experimental School

How Many Brains Does It Take To Build a New Light: Knowledge Management Challenges of a Transdisciplinary Project
della Chiesa, Christoph, Hinton

Building Research Collaboratives Among Schools and Universities: Lessons from the Field
Kuriloff, Reichert, Stoudt, Ravitch

Understanding the Role of Neuroscience in Brain Based Products: A Guide for Educators and Consumers
Sylvan, Christodoulou