Six Good Reasons for Advocating the Importance of Arts in SchoolKeynote address by Jerome Kagan at the conference "Neuroeducation: Learning, Arts, and the Brain"
Jerome Kagan, Ph.D., the Daniel and Amy Starch research professor of psychology, emeritus at Harvard University, is a pioneer in the field of developmental psychology. He has spent 45 years studying children and their development; his most recent work has been on temperaments in children. Dr. Kagan has shown that an infant’s temperament is stable […]
‘Neuroeducation’ Emerges as Insights into Brain Development, Learning Abilities Grow
An interdisciplinary field that combines neuroscience, psychology and education to create improved teaching methods and curricula is close to prime time as researchers gain a more sophisticated understanding of how young minds develop and learn, leading education and brain experts say.