Inside The Brain Of A Five-year-old

Claudia Hammond investigates the latest research into the working of the five year old brain, and asks whether they are really designed to cope with today's classrooms.

Could a deeper understanding of brain development help educationalists get better results in the classroom - and if so why aren't they listening? Claudia talks to the researchers challenging the educational establishment and finds out why education policy often takes so long to catch up with the scientific evidence.

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Claudia Hammond investigates the latest research into the working of the five year old brain, and asks whether they are really designed to cope with today's classrooms.

Could a deeper understanding of brain development help educationalists get better results in the classroom - and if so why aren't they listening? Claudia talks to the researchers challenging the educational establishment and finds out why education policy often takes so long to catch up with the scientific evidence.

2010032920100916

Claudia Hammond investigates the latest research into the working of the five year old brain, and asks whether they are really designed to cope with today's classrooms.

Could a deeper understanding of brain development help educationalists get better results in the classroom - and if so why aren't they listening? Claudia talks to the researchers challenging the educational establishment and finds out why education policy often takes so long to catch up with the scientific evidence.

Claudia Hammond investigates the latest research into the working of the five year old brain, and asks whether the latest developments in neuroscience might have an application in the classroom. Could a deeper understanding of brain development help educationalists get better results- and if so how can teachers separate the brain fact from so much of the brain fiction which seems to be out there?

Claudia Hammond investigates how neursocience is heading for the classroom.

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