Loading in 2 Seconds...
Loading in 2 Seconds...
Brain-Based Learning The Foundation for Differentiating Instruction. Presented by Nancy Gardner & Virginia McQueen. Audience. Teachers? Grade/Subject? Years taught? Purpose for taking this course?. The Human Brain: Agree or Disagree?. The brain is like a sieve.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Nancy Gardner & Virginia McQueen
Purpose for taking this course?
People will overachieve targets they set
Students with positive attitudes are
more likely to learn
…emotions are the gatekeepers to the
intellect…emotional hooks are
necessary for long-term learning;
negative emotions can become blocks
Emotions have their own pathways or
superhighways in our body.
They affect brain chemicals
Learning and memory
Return from break
ready to discuss what you have read.
The brain makes meaning through patterns, relevance and emotion.
Our brain is a superb patternmaker scanning the environment looking for patterns and connections so that new information links with current knowledge and understanding.
Our school is a living cell.
Just as plant and animal cells
produce proteins, our school creates educated students.
The school building provides a place for us to learn.Cell Wall
Semi permeable layer that regulates movement into and out of cellsCell Membrane
The cafeteria provides food for students.Chloroplasts
The hallways allow students to move from class to class.Endoplasmic Reticulum
Students need opportunities to
What they are learning.
Frequent physical breaks are a
requirement for every type of learning
Through movement we reduce stress,
improve short-term memory, become more creative.
Movement is not a luxury,
it is a necessity.
Pair up and decide whether you agree or
disagree with statements about the
High Protein= alertness & quick thinking
Turkey and Carbohydrate = calm & able to sleep
Soybeans & Eggs = memory & smooth muscle movement
Dairy Products = Cleans synapses for efficient neural transmission
We need to keep the scales balanced for each individual.
Select a Mission