Year 2005, Volume 6 , Issue 3, Pages 91 - 92 2005-09-01

REVIEW: Unlock the Genius within:Neurobiological Trauma, Teaching, and Transformative Learning

Rewied By Daniel S. JANIK [1]


ere, Daniel S. Janik, MD, PhD, argues replacing education and teaching with non-traumatic, curiosity-based, discovery-driven, and mentor-assisted transformational learning. Unlock the Genius Within is an easy read that explains-in conversational manner-the newest ideas on neurobiological and transformational learning beginning with what's wrong with education and ending with a call for reader participation in developing an applying neurobiological learning and transformational learning theory and methodology. Janik draws extensively from his own experiences first as a physician working with psychological recovery from trauma, and then as an educator and linguist in applying neurobiological-based transformational learning in clinics, classrooms, and tutoring. Features:· Descriptions of classical and contemporary research alongside allusions to popular movies and television programs· Suggested further readings· Neurobiological learning web resourcesThroughout this book, the author incorporates humor, wisdom, and anecdotes to draw readers into traditionally incomprehensible concepts and information that demonstrates transformational learning. It will be of interest to teachers (postsecondary, secondary, and ESL), administrators, counselors, parents, students, and medical researchers. http://www.rowmaneducation.com/ISBN/1578862914
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Author: Rewied By Daniel S. JANIK

Dates

Application Date : February 27, 2015
Acceptance Date : December 4, 2020
Publication Date : September 1, 2005

APA Janık, R . (2005). REVIEW: Unlock the Genius within:Neurobiological Trauma, Teaching, and Transformative Learning . Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education , 6 (3) , 91-92 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tojde/issue/16929/176727