Embodied Cognition, Embodied Learning

Embodied Cognition for the Classroom

Embodied Cognition applications for the classroom.  Embodied cognition represents a radical shift in conceptualizing cognitive processes, in which cognition develops through mind-body-environmental interaction. If this supposition is correct, then the conventional style of instruction—in which students sit at desks, passively receiving information—needs rethinking. Please share.   https://mitpress.mit.edu/contributors/sheila-l-macrine


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