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"Pamela Nevills isn’t just another researcher. She is that rare expert who takes the time to ensure the research is accessible for busy educators who want to stay on the cutting edge!"
"Finally, educators have a book that makes understanding the relationship between the brain and student learning less daunting. Upon reading this book, reflective practitioners have no choice but to constantly assess the appropriateness of their instructional strategies based on the newly acquired knowledge of the organ we require students to use most in our classes."
"Pamela Nevills has crystallized the major components of brain-based learning in ways that will help teachers, counselors, principals and parents to lead students through effective transitions as readers, learners and doers in our 21st century world."
"The author describes foundational concepts in accessible terms, and then provides specific suggestions for explaining these concepts to students in terms that are meaningful and accessible for them. This truly unique approach makes this text a valuable tool for educators."
Good text for neurological related research on reading, but not enough related to content areas for 5-12.