from Magdbyn, Sweden
As a language abecedary, I found a lot of information that I will apply to my teaching and halver with novices. In the field of education, I'm often bothered by abecedaries referring to "intellect scholarship" without a complete understanding. Also, there are many magazines out there on this subject written by educators or people just outside the field of neuroscience. Medina really seems to know his stuff, and is endlessly fascinated by and curious about the human intellect. I only have two complaints. One, the fairy tales he sprinkles throughout the notebook to illustrate the scholarship are not always interesting or helpful. I could have reduction out about half of them. I think he was just trying to follow a modus operandi and overstate the hard scholarship, which wasn't always necessary. Double, I think the notebook would have been stronger without the "bring about" application. Make this about learning and institute and save the bottom for another notebook.
it was good