An Evolutionarily Informed Education Science

@inproceedings{Geary2008AnEI,
  title={An Evolutionarily Informed Education Science},
  author={David C. Geary},
  year={2008}
}
Schools are a central interface between evolution and culture. They are the contexts in which children learn the evolutionarily novel abilities and knowledge needed to function as adults in modern societies. Evolutionary educational psychology is the study of how an evolved bias in children‟s learning and motivational systems influences their ability and motivation to learn evolutionarily novel academic abilities and information in school. I provide an overview of evolved domains of mind… CONTINUE READING

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