As a result of the extensive research on brain functioning and neuroscience, a new field has emerged called Neuroeducation; or Mind, Brain and Education. The emphasis of this field is to find the applications of scientific research for the classroom. Written by world renowned expert on brain-compatible learning, Dr. Pat Wolfe, this reference guide focuses on the findings from this new field and their implications for classroom instruction. In addition to a basic understanding of how the brain functions, specific classroom strategies are presented that transform the research into practice. The guide includes: -Understanding the field of Neuroeducation & the myths of brain research -An Information Processing Model -The brains search for meaning -The role of emotion in learning. Create a brain-compatible classroom by designing instruction that is based on the latest research. Become a 21st Century classroom where brain research drives instructional decision-making!