Teaching with the Brain in Mind

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Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1998 - Education - 133 pages
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Read the title again, and then consider: What is the point of doing your job any other way? After explaining the basics of research and theory in clear terms, this book offers precise techniques for putting those principles to work in class. The day after you read it, this book will make you more effective at commanding attention, motivating students, and helping them really remember what they learn. Produced by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD).

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User Review  - Amy - Goodreads

Okay, this was assigned reading for work. Dont get me wrong I liked the information and agreed with the authors premise, however I wish there something more to it. It through out tons on data and what ... Read full review

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Lots of good information for teaching. Read full review

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size content lobes and basic operations Differences between emotions and feelings Specific
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Enriched Environments and the Brain 29 The natural mechanisms of making meaning Three
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How enrichment affects the brain Two conditions for ingredients for optimal learning How to encourage
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Eric Jensen is an internationally recognized educator known for his translation of neuroscience into practical classroom applications. A former teacher, he is the author of over twenty books, including the widely acclaimed Teaching with the Brain in Mind. He is a longtime member of the Society for Neuroscience and the New York Academy of Sciences. Jensen is currently a staff developer and is completing his Ph.D. in psychology.

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