DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1297

Teaching Strategies of Chinese Language History Class Based on Brain Science

Zhubing Cao, Kangcheng Li

Abstract


Brain science and education are both new emerging research fields which received much international attention. At present, there have set up research organizations and institutions of bigger children, in their studies there are several characteristics as follows: choosing different research entry points, exploring the research mode connecting brain science and education, paying attention to application research questions, and adopting advanced research tools and techniques. In this study, we attempt to analyze and sort out the advanced teaching research materials from abroad, start from the perspective of brain science, and probe into scientific and effective classroom teaching strategies. According to the physiological characteristics of the brain and the latest relevant research, this study explores and presents teaching strategies that are suitable for the Chinese language history classes.

Keywords


Brain Science, Emotions and Learning Cognition, Teaching Strategies, Chinese Language History, The Hippocampus

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