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Before we start:
What IS it?
“The use of research in neuroscience regarding
how the brain works to inform instructional
design and delivery”
What is Learning?
How Can Brain Based Learning Help?
Why is it Important?
-The Best way to teach for retention
-Learning is about Memory
A functional genetic variation of the 5-HT2a receptor affects human memory
Information Being received
1)Processing and encoding
“Oversimpliﬁcation or inappropriate interpretation of complex neuroscience research...”
(Alferink & Farmer-Dougan, 2010)
Increasing dendrites != Academic Competence
Strength > Number
Learning only in best learning style
Learning in multiple learning styles
How things should be done...
(Erbes, Folkerts, Gergis, Pederson, & Stivers) (Alferink & Farmer-Dougan, 2010)
Environment & Nutrition ( & Sleep)
Improving strength of specific neural circuits
Multiple simultaneous learning styles
Traditional teaching methods are still relevant, and are equal or better than non-traditional
Repetition, practice, and mastery
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Erbes, S., Folkerts, M., Gergis, C., Pederson, S., & Stivers, H. (2010). Understanding How Cognitive Psychology Can Inform and Improve Spanish Vocabulary Acquisition in High School Classrooms. Journal Of Instructional Psychology, 37(2), 120-132.
Garrett, B. (2008). Brain & behavior: An introduction to biological psychology (2nd ed.). Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications.
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Pekrun, R. (1992), The Impact of Emotions on Learning and Achievement: Towards a Theory of Cognitive/Motivational Mediators. Applied Psychology:An International Review, 41: 359–376. doi: 10.1111/j.1464-0597.1992.tb00712.x
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DON'T JUST LEARN ONE WAY
Negative Emotions make it harder for cells to communicate.
Positive Emotions make it easier for cells to communicate.
Autonomous Learners are mindful of their emotional state