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The Brain-Mind Cycle of Reflection

by Ashgar Iran-Nejad & Madeleine Gregg - 2001

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 103 Number 5, 2001, p. 868-895
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 10826, Date Accessed: 1/23/2022 5:00:02 PM
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  • Ashgar Iran-Nejad
    University of Alabama
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    ASGHAR IRAN-NEJAD is professor of educational psychology, University of Alabama. He is interested in biofunctional cognition, learning, and wholetheme education. He is a founding member of the Multiple Abilities Program in elementary teacher education, the guest editor of special issues of Educational Psychologist, Journal of Mind and Behavior, and Review of Educational Research, and coeditor, with P. David Pearson, of AERA’s Review of Educational Research.
  • Madeleine Gregg
    University of Alabama
    SR. MADELEIN GREGG is an associate professor of teacher education, University of Alabama. She is a founding member of the Multiple Abilities Program, an innovative undergraduate elementary teacher education program. Her research interests include the cognitive processing of geographical information with particular reference to memory and reasoning processes.
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