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HET: Highly Effective Teaching at Clarkdale. Ellen Auchenpaugh Academic Coach September 5, 2013. What is HET?. K-12 Model Founded by Susan Kovalik 30 years ago Rural, Suburban, Urban U.S. International Brain-Based, Gifted Instruction. The HET Model. Learning Principles of HET.

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Het highly effective teaching at clarkdale

HET: Highly Effective Teachingat Clarkdale

Ellen Auchenpaugh

Academic Coach

September 5, 2013


What is het
What is HET?

  • K-12 Model

  • Founded by Susan Kovalik

  • 30 years ago

  • Rural, Suburban, Urban U.S.

  • International

  • Brain-Based, Gifted Instruction



Learning Principles of HET

  • 1. Intelligenceis a function of experience.

  • 2. Learning is an inseparable partnership between the brain andbody.

    • Emotion is the gatekeeper to learning and performance

    • Movement is crucial to every brain function including planning and executing, memory, emotion, language and learning.

  • 3. There are multiple intelligences.

  • 4. Learning is a two-step process of developing a pattern and then making it a mental program.


Het and common core
HET and Common Core

  • Common Core curriculum/standards/WHAT

  • HET framework/environment/HOW


Brain compatible classrooms
Brain-Compatible Classrooms

  • Lighting

  • Organization

  • Colors and Patterns

  • Wall Space

  • Music

  • Plants

  • Materials


Flow of color
Flow of Color

  • Colors that absorb light rather than reflect it are more soothing.

  • Research indicates that calming colors such as blues, greensand browns invite the brain to focus and reflect.

  • Using one main color and one or two accent colors pulls the environment together, minimizes distractions, and provides focus.


“There is no such thing as not paying attention; the brain is always paying attention to something.”

-Patricia Wolfe


Absence is always paying attention to something.”of Threat/

Nurturing Reflective Thinking

Enriched Environment

Mastery/Application

Bodybrain

Compatible

Elements

Movement

Adequate Time

Meaningful Content

Immediate

Feedback

Collaboration

Choices


“The influence of emotions and hormones on learning is greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

Judy Willis


Under greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”stress…the brain’s short-term memory and ability to form permanent new memories is inhibited.Caine/Caine, Making Connections: Teaching and the Human Brain page 71


When downshifting occurs
When Downshifting Occurs: greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

  • Little or no learning

  • Increased heart rate

  • Increased blood pressure

  • Decreased language processing


Only 6 hard wired emotions
Only 6 Hard-Wired Emotions greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

Anger

sadness

Joy

Disgust

Surprise

Fear

Others, and how to handle them, must be taught.


In order for the brain greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

to become fully engaged

and do its

most powerful learning, an atmosphere

that isfreeof

real or perceived threat

must be in place.

Susan Kovalik & Associates


Absence of threat greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”does not

mean absence of challenge or

lack of consequences for

misbehavior or bad choices.

It does meanlack of real and

perceived threatto physical

and emotional safety and creating logical consequences.


Lifeskills
LIFESKILLS greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

  • Integrity

  • Initiative

  • Flexibility

  • Perseverance

  • Organization

  • Sense of Humor

  • Effort

  • Common Sense

  • Problem Solving

  • Responsibility

  • Patience

  • Friendship

  • Curiosity

  • Cooperation

  • Caring

  • Courage

  • Pride

  • Resourcefulness

Exceeding Expectations 9.13

Susan Kovalik & Associates


Lifelong greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”Guidelines:

Trustworthiness

Truthfulness

Active Listening

No Put-Downs

Personal Best

Exceeding Expectations 9.1

Susan Kovalik & Associates


Helping at home target talk
Helping at Home: “Target Talk” greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

  • It’s not behavior management, but training.

    “You showed the LIFESKILL of __________ by _______________.”

    rather than…

    “Good Job!”


Cross lateral brain break
Cross-Lateral Brain Break greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

  • Finger / Thumb

    Cross-Laterals

Nose / Ear Switch


Move the body and engage the mind
“Move the body greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”andengage the mind.”


Movement and learning
Movement greatest in the elementary and middle school years.” and Learning

  • Movement is crucial to every brain function: planning, memory, emotion, language, learning

  • Ability to mimic (powerful for learning) is movement-based

  • Brain requires oxygen!


“The body grows the brain.” greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

Carla Hannaford

The cerebellum, which coordinates physical movement, also coordinates the movement of thoughts.


Two purposes for movement
Two Purposes for Movement greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

#1

  • Reset Emotions

  • Change of Pace

  • Refuel Brain


Exercise is associated with
Exercise is associated with: greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

  • Increased math, reading, writing scores

  • Positive personal relationships

  • Decreased depression, anxiety, fatigue

  • Decreased disruptive behavior

    (from Journal of School Health Aug. 1997)


Two purposes for movement1
Two Purposes for Movement greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

#2

Extend Concepts and Skills

(continents,

Bodymapping)


Curriculum the heart of the matter
Curriculum: greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”The Heart of the Matter


Curriculum greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”starts withScience and Social Studies,but…conceptual teaching spans all curriculum areas!YEARLONG THEME shapes the pattern for the curriculum and the environment.


Other Arms Reach Out to Me greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

Concept: Cause and Effect

Being There Experience(s): Etowah Indian Mounds

Creek and Cherokee Indians

James Olglethorpe

Tomochichi

Mary Musgrove

Energy

Push and Pull

Response to Literature

An Old Sweet Song

Concept: Cause and Effect

Being There Experience(s): Etowah Indian Mounds

Creek and Cherokee Indians

Changes in Matter

Lifelong Guidelines and LIFESKILLS

My Brain

Multiple Intelligences

Narrative

Georgia On My Mind

Organizing Concept: Cause is an initial action that brings about an effect. Every cause has an effect.

Other Arms Reach Out to Me

Concept: Cycles

Being There Experience(s): Fernbank Science Museum and Planetarium

Plant and Animal Life Cycles

Personal Finance

Persuasive Writing

Other Arms Reach Out to Me

Concept: Change

Being There Experience(s): City Hall

Civil Rights

Jackie Robinson

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Jimmy Carter

Government

Motion and Celestial Bodies

Informational


CHANGE greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

ORGANIZING CONCEPT:

Component

Component

Component

Component

Change

Culture

Habitat or

Ecosystem

Cause & Effect

Susan Kovalik & Associates


Change greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

Culture

Habitat

Cause & Effect

Topic

Component

Component

Component

Component

My Body

Topic

Plants

Ancient

People

Topic

Key Points & Inquiries


More information
More Information? greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”

  • www.thecenter4learning.com

  • Clarkdale’s website

  • [email protected]

  • [email protected]

  • Exceeding Expectations by Susan Kovalik


It’s All About Brains greatest in the elementary and middle school years.”


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