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December 23, 2020 34 min

The brain's programming promotes survival of the animal and the species. This programming has guided mammalian development and adaptations for survival in the unpredictable and perilous environments in which most mammals live. And memory is what enables us to learn by experience, therefore memory is essential to survival. Without the ability to learn, store, and recall how we should respond to environmental dangers and to know when and how to run or fight, the individual has little chance of survival. There is only a very small formal distinction between "learning" and "memory" and the study of one becomes a study of the other, which is why an understanding of memory is so important to us as educators. Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.com


To get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips)


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Reference Texts (with affiliate links)

Brain Matters (https://amzn.to/37GcpDd) by Patricia Wolfe

The New Science of Learning (https://amzn.to/3hdWCyB) by Terry Doyle & Todd Zakrajsek

Understanding by Design meets Neuroscience (https://amzn.to/37I0zsz) by Jay McTighe


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