Resources

Abersek, B., & Bregant, J. (2011). Artificial intelligence versus human talents in learning process. Problems of Education the 21st Century, 37, 38-47. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.

Ali, R., Hukamdad, Ghazi, S.R., Shahzad, S., & Khan, H.N. (2010). The impact of brain based learning on students academic achievement.  Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business, 2(2), 542-556. Retrieved from Business Source Complete database.

Awolola, S. A. (2011). Effect of brain-based learning strategy on students’ achievement in senior secondary school mathematics in Oyo State, Nigeria. Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, 6(2), 91-106. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.

Aziz-Ur-Rehman, Malik, M.A., Hussain, S., Iqbal, Z., & Rauf, M. (2012). Effectiveness of brain-based learning theory on secondary level students of urban areas. Journal of Managerial Sciences, 6, 113-122. Retrieved from Business Source Complete database.

Connell, D. (2009). The global aspects of brain-based learning. Educational Horizons, 88, 28-39. Retrieved from ERIC database.

Cook, D., & Ralston, J. (2005). Building the cognitive bridge: Children, information, technology, and thinking. Education and Information Technologies, 10, 201-223. doi: 10.1007/s10639-005-3001-z

Davis, A. (2004). The credentials of brain-based learning. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 38(1), 21-35. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.

Duman, B. (2010). The effects of brain-based learning on the academic achievement of students with different learning styles. Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice, 10(4), 2077-2133. Retrieved from ERIC database.

Dwyer, B.M. (2012). Training strategies for the twenty-first century: Using recent research on learning to enhance training. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 39(4), 265-270. doi: 10.1080/1355800021016111 5

Ernst, J. (2011). Collaborative information and multimedia to assess team interaction in technology teacher preparation. Journal of Technology Education, 22(2), 53-70. Retrieved from ERIC database

Fischer, K.W., Hinton, C., & Worden, J.M. (2011). What does the brain have to do with learning? Phi Delta Kappan, 92(8), 8-13. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.

Ghraibeh, A.M.A. (2012). Brain based learning and its relation with miltiple intellegences. International Journal of Psychological Studies, 4(1), 103-113. doi:10.5539/ijps.v4nlpl03

Gulpinar, M.A. (2005). The principles of brain-based learning and constructivist models in education. Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice, 5(2), 299-306. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.

Hughes, J., & Tolley, S. (2010). Engaging students through new literacies: the good, the bad, and the curriculum of visual essays. English in Education, 44(1), 5-26. doi: 10.1111/j.1754-8845.2009.01054.x

Immordino-Yang, M.H. (2011). Implications of affective and social neuroscience for educational theory. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 43(1), 98-103. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-5812.2010.00713.x

Jensen, E. (2008). Brain-based learning: The new paradigm of teaching. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Kalin, J. (2012). Doing what comes naturally? Student perceptions and use of collaborative technologies. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 6(1), 1-22. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.

Kaufman, E., Robinson, S.J., Bellah, K., Akers, C., Haase-Whittler, P., & Martindale, L. (2008). Engaging students with brain-based learning. Techniques: Connecting Education and Careers, 83, 50-55. Retrieved from Academic Research Complete database.

Keiner, M. (2008). Engaging conversationally: A method for engaging students in their learning and examining instruction. InSight: A Journal of Scholarly Teaching, 3, 23-30. Retrieved from ERIC database.

Kelley, M., & Clausen-Grace, N. (2009). Facilitating engagement by differentiating independent reading. The Reading Teacher, 63(4), 313-318. doi:10.1598/RT.63.4.6.

Ladhani, M., & McGuckin, D. (2010). The brains behind brain-based research: The tale of two postsecondary online learners. College Quarterly, 13(3), 1-7. Retrieved from the ERIC database.

Lombardi, J. (2008). Beyond learning styles: Brain-based research and English language learners. The Clearing House, 81(5), 219-222. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.

McCall, L.A. (2012). Brain-based pedagogy in today’s diverse classrooms: A perfect fit-but be careful! The Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, 78(3), 42-47. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.

Nuangchalerm, P., & Charnsirirattana, D. (2010). A Delphi study on brain-based instructional model in science. Canadian Social Science, 6(4), 141-146. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.

Okara, E., Hausman, A., & Washington, M. (2012). Social media and networking technologies: An analysis of collaborative work and team communication. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 5(4), 295-299. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.

Ozel, A., Bayindir, N., Ozel, E., & Ciftcioglu, I. (2008). Brain-based learning and student-centrism on curriculum. Ekev Academic Review, 12(35), 343-350. Retrieved from Academic Research Complete database.

Restiano, R. (2011). Gain attention, enhance memory, and improve learning with brain-based strategies. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 42(5), 199-200. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.

Saleh, S. (2011). The effectiveness of the brain-based teaching approach in dealing with problems of form four students’ conceptual understanding of Newtonian Physics. Asia Pacific Journal of Educators and Education, 26, 91-106. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.

Saleh, S. (2011). The effectiveness of the brain-based teaching approach in generating students’ learning motivation towards the subject of physics: A qualitative approach. US-China Education Review, A(1), 63-72. Retrieved from ERIC database.

Sistek-Chandler, C. (2012). Connecting the digital dots with social media and web 2.0 technologies. Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching, 5, 78-87. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.

Smith, S. (2007). Using action research to evaluate the use of brain-based learning strategies in the classroom. International Journal of Learning, 13(9), 121-126. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.

Wilmes, B., Harrington, L., Kohler-Evens, P., & Sumpter, D. (2008). Coming to our senses: Incorporating brain research findings into classroom instruction. Education,128, 659-666. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.

Vesisenaho, M.,  Valtonen, T., Kukkonen, J., Havu-Nuutinen, S., Harikainen, A., & Kärkkäinen, S. (2010). Blended learning with everyday technologies to activate students’ collaborative learning. Science Education International, 24(4), 272-283. Retrieved from ERIC database.

Zygourgis-Coe, V., Wiggins, M., & Smith, L. (2005). Engaging students with text: the 3-2-1 strategy. The Reading Teacher, 58(4), 381-384. doi: 10.1598/RT.58.4.8.