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Understanding the Neuroscience Behind Educating and Raising Girls
By Michael C. Nagel
Ever wondered what makes a girl tick?
What's really going on inside the head of a girl?
What can neuroscience teach us about educating and raising girls?This engaging book takes a close look at the female brain—how it develops, and how it is different—and the crucial role it plays in how a girl thinks, learns and engages with the world.Using the latest neuroscientific research, Dr Michael C. Nagel explores the neurological differences that exist between boys and girls, and how this shapes their behaviour, learning, growth and development. Exploring female aggression, self-esteem, relationships, emotional problems, peer-contagion and the challenges of technology, Nagel offers solutions and ideas for parents and teachers.Drawing on the latest research, Nagel applies neuroscientific insight to the common problems girls face, and argues that by understanding why girls do what they do, we can better work with them to increase their wellbeing and educational outcomes.
Also available via Amazon Kindle and iBooks
Dr Michael C. Nagel, is an educator, researcher, author, mentor and parent. As an Associate Professor he teaches and researches in the areas of human development, educational psychology, behaviour and learning. The author of many books and articles on neurological development in children, Nagel has worked with parents and teachers worldwide to apply the insights of neuroscience to the daily task of raising and teaching young people.
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