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Modernizing Approaches to Learning (Anglais) Relié – 1 avril 2013

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un livre pour reflechir .Mike Hebron est à la hauteur de sa reputation.Coacher c'est ausi etre capable de se remettre encause
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fresh and provacative approach to learning 3 septembre 2013
Par Ralph B Howe - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Modernizing Approaches to Learning is in an important book in the world of learning golf, and beyond. I have been a golf student for 40 years and a teacher of the game for the past 15 years, and I believe this book bravely enters new ground in the world of teaching and learning. The majority of us who have been around the game of golf and golf instruction for a long time have acknowledged that most students don't progress as rapidly as both teacher and student would wish. This book gives insight into why that is the case and creates a wonderful road map to a new and better way for the whole learning process to unfold. Every instructor will benefit from reading this book, every student will benefit from reading this book, and quite frankly, every parent would benefit from reading this book in order to accelerate their children's learning in all areas of their lives, not just golf.
Thank you Mike for always going out to the 'next hilltop' to see what is on the horizon and then coming back to tell us all what you have seen and what is possible.
1.0 étoiles sur 5 poorly edited 16 septembre 2013
Par Curtis W. Bobbitt - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The numerous errors in sentence grammar, punctuation, and usage make this book difficult to read and more difficult to take seriously. The interminable repetition of the same claims also diminishes its value. The fuzzy model of education presented here would render medicine, architecture, aviation, and firefighting useless.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Disgraceful 21 octobre 2013
Par Graeme Roberts - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It's difficult to understand how anyone could charge for this unstructured, thrown-together pastiche, riddled with errors. Mr. Hebron must leave his students confused.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 This Book is a Mess 17 août 2013
Par John C. Rude - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If ever there was a contest for the best example of good intentions gone awry, this book would win the prize. The author's premise - that brain science, incorporated into classroom practice, would improve teaching and learning - is sound. However, the support that Hebron offers for this thesis is a melange of quotes, opinions (repeated ad nauseum) and superficial arguments that never quite amount to evidence. Qualified scholars have written lucid books on this topic; their ideas are summarized (or misquoted) like scraps dropped randomly on the page. The book is poorly edited, as well. Misspelled names and sophomoric word games are embarrassingly frequent. Readers interested in the topic should search elsewhere for knowledge.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting Book 19 juillet 2013
Par NoNO - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I found the compilation of opinions from renown professors, neuroscientists, and researchers to be quite interesting. The impressive bibliography shows the investment the author put into this compilation. Hebron presents sound reasoning for any and everyone to review how information is being presented to them and how they are interacting with everyday learning opportunities. He intersperses quotes and interpretations of researchers with applying them to the everyday world. He challenges approaches used by educators in the past with those that are being applied in progressive institutions today. The sad part is the reality that these techniques are actively used in other countries, while the USA falls further behind. I have adapted my day to day delivery of information and am benefiting from better productivity from those I interact with.
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