Cómo aprende tu cerebro: Descúbrelo fácilmente: Cómo mejorar tu aprendizaje conociendo cuál es tu ojo, oído, hemisferio cerebral, mano y pie dominantes (Paperback)

Cómo aprende tu cerebro: Descúbrelo fácilmente: Cómo mejorar tu aprendizaje conociendo cuál es tu ojo, oído, hemisferio cerebral, mano y pie dominantes By Carla Hannaford Cover Image
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An authoritative look at the mind-body connection and its impact on learning and thinking at all ages, this guide describes 32 possible dominant profiles and includes simple methods for identifying them. With this unique approach, it is an essential tool for parents, teachers, and anyone who wishes to understand how people learn.

 

Una mirada de autoridad sobre la conexión entre la mente y el cuerpo y su impacto en aprender y pensar de todas edades, esta guía describe 32 perfiles dominantes y incluye métodos simples para descubrirlos. Con este enfoque único, es una herramienta esencial para los padres, maestros y cualquier persona que quieren entender como las personas aprenden.

About the Author


Carla Hannaford is an educator who has been recognized by the American Association for the Advancement of Science for her outstanding science lessons. She is the author of Awakening the Child Heart: Handbook for Global Parenting. She lives in Hawaii.


Product Details
ISBN: 9789688609125
ISBN-10: 9688609129
Publisher: Editorial Pax Mexico
Publication Date: February 1st, 2011
Pages: 224
Language: Spanish
Series: Pedagogia Dinamica

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