Learning is physical. Learning means the modification, growth, and pruning of our neurons, connections–called synapses– and neuronal networks, through experience. Enriching the practice of teaching can be done by exploring the biology of learning.”~James Zull, Professor of Biology and Biochemistry at Case Western University, Director of UCITE (The University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education)
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An animated, illustrated model of how the brain learns based on descriptions and illustrations in “Key Aspects of How the Brain Learns” by James Zull (2006).
Zull, J. (2002). The Art of the Changing Brain. Stylus Publishing.
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