Brain-based teaching for all subjects: patterns to promote learning
Brain-Based Teaching for All Subjects describes cognitive instruction that builds on brain reactions in everyday life and explains how teachers lead students to see commonalities in examples of a particular concept. The common traits lead to a visual pattern or model of the concept, with language labels attached. Teachers can refer to the pattern in future classroom work as the topic is studied.
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Brain Processes for Learning and Memory and How
The Infinitely Flexible Event Frame
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