How Peo­ple Learn II: Learn­ers, Con­texts, and Cul­tures

The New York Review of Books - - News - Com­mit­tee on How Peo­ple Learn II: The Science and Prac­tice of Learn­ing; Na­tional Academies of Sciences, En­gi­neer­ing, and Medicine

The foun­da­tional knowl­edge con­tained in How Peo­ple Learn is used in a va­ri­ety of set­tings, from on­line cour­ses to grad­u­ate school, mas­ters and PhD pro­grams, to man­age­ment train­ing sem­i­nars and in adult ed­u­ca­tion in­struc­tional de­sign. This new ver­sion does not re­place the 2000 pub­li­ca­tion. Rather, it builds upon the first book and ex­pands the dis­cus­sion to in­clude learn­ing that oc­curs be­yond kinder­garten through grade 12 ed­u­ca­tion and through­out the life span. Pub Oct 2018. 7 x 10 in. 340 pp. Na­tional Academies Press ISBN 978-0-309-45964-8 P/ $49.95

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