minds online

Download Book Minds Online in PDF format. You can Read Online Minds Online here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats.

Minds Online

Author : Michelle D. Miller
ISBN : 9780674967281
Genre : Education
File Size : 84. 70 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 258
Read : 338

Download Now


For the Internet generation, educational technology designed with the brain in mind offers a natural pathway to the pleasures and rewards of deep learning. Drawing on neuroscience and cognitive psychology, Michelle Miller shows how attention, memory, critical thinking, and analytical reasoning can be enhanced through technology-aided approaches.

Metaphysics Of Mind Oxford Bibliographies Online Research Guide

Author : Darragh Byrne
ISBN : 9780199810567
Genre :
File Size : 40. 37 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 550
Read : 728

Download Now


This ebook is a selective guide designed to help scholars and students of social work find reliable sources of information by directing them to the best available scholarly materials in whatever form or format they appear from books, chapters, and journal articles to online archives, electronic data sets, and blogs. Written by a leading international authority on the subject, the ebook provides bibliographic information supported by direct recommendations about which sources to consult and editorial commentary to make it clear how the cited sources are interrelated related. This ebook is a static version of an article from Oxford Bibliographies Online: Philosophy, a dynamic, continuously updated, online resource designed to provide authoritative guidance through scholarship and other materials relevant to the study Philosophy. Oxford Bibliographies Online covers most subject disciplines within the social science and humanities, for more information visit www.oxfordbibligraphies.com.

Minds Online

Author : Paul Smart
ISBN : 1680833227
Genre : Computers
File Size : 22. 61 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 227
Read : 316

Download Now


This monograph heeds the call of the early Web Science pioneers by expanding the interdisciplinary scope of Web Science; specifically, to accommodate the disciplines of cognitive science and the philosophy of mind.

Online Seduction And Mind Reading

Author : Dean Amory
ISBN : 9781470945817
Genre :
File Size : 35. 54 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 844
Read : 501

Download Now



Growing Happy Healthy Young Minds

Author : Ramesh Manocha
ISBN : 9780733638343
Genre : Medical
File Size : 32. 42 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 103
Read : 1217

Download Now


This is the most authoritative and up-to-date collection of information about a range of issues affecting young people today, including drugs and alcohol, bullying, mental health and eating disorders. The world is getting harder for young people, and for the people who care about them: parents, teachers, school counsellors and concerned relatives. Generation Next is an organisation that gathers experts in several fields to provide information for professionals - now that expertise is gathered in this volume for everyone else. Each chapter contains easily accessible information, along with more detail and resources for those who wish to find out more. In this comprehensive volume is the latest information on many topics, including: Helping young people get help for mental health problems Bullying Anxiety Depression Understanding self-harm Child sexual abuse Alcohol and Drugs and how to communicate with young people about them Teens, Parties and Alcohol: A pratical guide to keeping them safe Eating Disorders Body Image Resilience and Positive Psychology Understanding the Teenage Brain Online Time Management Coming in September 2017 is volume 2 in the Generation Next collection: Nurturing Young Minds: Mental Wellbeing for the 21st Century

Nurturing Young Minds Mental Wellbeing In The Digital Age

Author : Ramesh Manocha
ISBN : 9780733639098
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 61. 30 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 990
Read : 188

Download Now


Being a teenager has never been easy, but the digital age has brought with it unique challenges for young people and the adults in their lives. Nurturing Young Minds: Mental Wellbeing in the Digital Age collects expert advice on how to tackle the terrors of the twenty-first century and is a companion to Growing Happy, Healthy Young Minds. A comprehensive and easily accessible guide for parents, teachers, counsellors and health care professionals, this book contains important advice about managing online behaviour, computer game addiction and cyberbullying, as well as essential information on learning disorders, social skills and emotional health, understanding anger and making good choices. This volume includes up-to-date information on: Understanding Teen Sleep and Drowsy Kids Emotions and Relationships Shape the Brain of Children Understanding the Teenage Brain Healthy Habits for a Digital Life Online Time Management Problematic Internet Use and How to Manage It Computer Game Addiction and Mental Wellbeing Sexting: Realities and Risks Cyberbullying, Cyber-harassment and Revenge Porn The 'Gamblification' of Computer Games Violent Videogames and Violent Behaviour Talking to Young People about Online Porn and Sexual Images Advice for Parents: Be a Mentor, Not a Friend E-mental Health Programs and Interventions Could it be Asperger's? Dyslexia and Learning Difficulties Friendship and Social Skills The Commercialisation of Childhood Sexualisation: Why Should we be Concerned? Porn as a Public Health Crisis How Boys are Travelling and What They Most Need Understanding and Managing Anger and Aggression Understanding Boys' Health Needs

Connected Minds Emerging Cultures

Author : Steve Wheeler
ISBN : 9781607528357
Genre : Computers
File Size : 82. 10 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 841
Read : 1279

Download Now


As the title indicates, this book highlights the shifting and emergent features that represent life online, specifically in and around the territory of elearning. Cybercultures in themselves are complex conglomerations of ideas, philosophies, concepts, and theories, some of which are fiercely contradictory. As a construct, "cyberculture" is a result of sustained attempts by diverse groups of people to make sense of multifarious activities, linguistic codes, and practices in complicated and everchanging settings. It is an impossibly convoluted field. Any valid understanding of cyberculture can only be gained from living within it, and as Bell suggests, it is "made up of people, machines and stories in everyday life." Although this book contains a mix of perspectives, as the chapters progress, readers should detect some common threads. Technologymediated activities are featured throughout, each evoking its particular cultural nuances and, as Derrick de Kerckhove (1997) has eloquently argued, technology acts as the skin of culture. All the authors are passionate about their subjects, every one engages critically with his or her topics, and each is fully committed to the belief that elearning is a vitally important component in the future of education. All of the authors believe that digital learning environments will contribute massively to the success of the information society we now inhabit. Each is intent on exploration of the touchstone of "any time, any place" learning where temporal and spatial contexts cease to become barriers to learning, and where the boundaries are blurring between the formal and informal. This book is divided into four sections. In Part I, which has been titled "Digital Subcultures," we begin an exploration of “culture” and attempt to locate the learner within a number of digital subcultures that have arisen around new and emerging technologies such as mobile and handheld devices, collaborative online spaces, and podcasting. The chapters in this section represent attempts by the authors to demonstrate that there are many subdivisions present on the Web, and that online learners cannot and should not be represented as one vast amorphous mass of "Internet" users.

Towards Cyberpsychology

Author : Giuseppe Riva (Ph.D.)
ISBN : 158603197X
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 46. 46 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 144
Read : 353

Download Now


Drawing on research in the social sciences, communications, and other fields, this book wants to analyze how the online environment is influencing the experience of psychology. However, understanding how the Internet is changing our everyday experience presents a substantial challenge for the psychologists. Now, research in this area is still sparse and limited in both the number and scope of studies: actual research, especially studies with strict methodologies, is only just beginning. The contributions in this book are among the first scientific attempts to take a serious look at various aspects of Internet-related psychology. However, we need not start from scratch. Psychology has a broad knowledge about the factors that affect human behaviour in other setting. So, the papers collected for this book are descriptive and practical-oriented in nature.

Common Sense For Young Minds

Author : M.M Wilson
ISBN : 9780595909797
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 61. 93 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 218
Read : 1023

Download Now


Raising children today is challenging for parents. But it is also equally demanding to be a child growing up in today's society. Today's children are constantly bombarded with information overload and they are always asking a lot of questions. As young children are always looking up to someone to answer questions, honestly and respectfully, Common Sense for Young Minds: The Tween Companion Book, Series I is not a pretence book, but answers questions honestly inside the pages of the book. Common Sense for Young Minds offers an open mind, for children to seek out and ask questions, without the fear of being taken advantage of by someone for self-interest, or taking advantage of the vulnerability of a child's point of view. Many children in this book are your own ages, and they share the same values, speak the same language and ask the same questions. This book will give you the best possible answers to the questions and concerns children may have, including family and their health. Enjoy these short, seventeen easy-to-read stories about children and families from the following countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Canada, China, Egypt, England, Germany, Greece, India, Iraq, Jamaica, Malawi, Russia Federation, South Africa, West Africa and the United States. These stories will make both adults and children smile, and children will feel a part of this book for a lifetime.

Making Minds

Author : Paul Kelley
ISBN : 9781134122899
Genre : Education
File Size : 45. 91 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 842
Read : 930

Download Now


Making Minds is a controversial critique of our education systems. The author is a school leader ‘at the forefront of scientific and technological advancement in schools’ who, as an American, ‘felt comfortable taking on the British establishment’ (The Times Educational Supplement). Making Minds is written for general readers- especially parents- as well as educational professionals. The book examines the underlying limitations that have been accepted in education over the past two thousand years. The author challenges common assumptions about education through evidence-based, political, ethical, and emotional arguments, as well as examining case studies such as university admissions and the autism ‘epidemic’. Making Minds describes a more productive scientific approach to learning, drawing on recent research findings, particularly in the US and UK. The author illustrates how new research methods, new technologies, and very recent discoveries in neuroscience that will, in the end, allow us to make minds.

Top Download:

Best Books