Sunday, November 8, 2015

Helpful Resources for the Brain and Problem Solving

If you are interested in learning more about the brain and learning, I highly recommend the Center for Parent Information and Resources website. This site offers a wide range of information on the brain and learning topics with links to other reputable websites and blogs. Parents and teachers can access information on brain research and disability, applying brain research to education, what learning does to your brain, and the ABCs of the brain. It serves as a central hub for a variety of brain topics and is perfect for accessing brain and learning information from sites that have already been categorized.

Do not let the name of this next website fool you. It offers a plethora of problem solving strategies. Here you will find templates, a thorough definition of the decision making process, the pros and cons of decision making methods, and step by step instructions on how to cater the templates to your decision making needs. I was particularly drawn to this site because of the free SWOT analysis templates and examples. I use SWOT analysis in my Health Education field to assess the strength of companies and organizations. If you are looking for more information on analysis templates then this is a great place to start.

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