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Preface 1 From Harmony to Certainty : A Brief History of Thought About Teaching and Learning 2 Post-Modernism: Order Out of Chaos 3 Emotions, Relationships, and the Emergent Mind 4 Mind Over Matter 5 Learning, Remembering, and Understanding 6 The Social Aspect of Ideas 7 Learning as a Condition for Teaching Epilogue References Index
Sherrie Reynolds, Ph.D. (Texas Woman's University), was a professor of Educational Psychology at Texas Christian University, where she taught until her death in March 2014. Reynolds was also a faculty advisor to the Curriculum Studies department at TCU. In addition to Learning Is a Verb, she wrote a chapter in the 2004 edited volume Chaos, Complexity, Curriculum and Culture as well as numerous journal articles on educational reform, mentoring as teaching, and a taking a Goethean approach to science education. Her research interests included New Sciences as they apply to cognitive processes, caring and community building, social justice, and processes of change.