The Brain/Mind Principles have powerful implications for how to think about education.
There are many - at least 11- different types of Learning outcomes. Whether they occur or not depends on how the different aspects of a person in context interact and are used.
An overall instructional approach and teaching strategies are different. It takes the right overall approach to capitalize on natural learning and to blend the different types of learning outcomes and teaching strategies. The Guided Experience Approach is an umbrella that incorporates all the others.
The Brain/Mind Principles of Natural Learning were first introduced as the foundation for Brain Based Learning (a term we coined in our book Making Connections: Teaching and the Human Brain (ASCD, 1990; Addison Wesley Longman, 1994). The priciples have been used and cited countless times on every continent since first being published. They are also constantly checked against leading edge research.