The purpose of this article is to examine the brain-based approach to teaching and learning. The approach is defined, and common misconceptions and criticisms of brain-based learning are explored. Also presented are implications for classroom teachers striving to meet accountability demands while attending to the diverse needs of all students. Justification for implementing brain-based strategies is provided in light of the ever-changing landscape of 21st- century learning.
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Baker, S. (2009). Brain-Based Learning: Revolutionary Science or Common Sense?. Perspectives In Learning, 10 (1). Retrieved from http://csuepress.columbusstate.edu/pil/vol10/iss1/6