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How neuroscience is affecting education : report of teacher and parent surveys.
- Simmonds, Anna.
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London : Wellcome Trust, 2014.
"This report was written by Dr Anna Simmonds" -- summary.
"Education research" -- cover.
"This report presents data from a series of surveys that explored how neuroscience is affecting education and learning. A range of online approaches were used to survey teachers and parents to establish which educational interventions they use (or have come across) that they think are based upon neuroscience. The surveys were not intended to be fully representative of these groups, but the responses illustrate the considerable interest in this area" -- summary.