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Whole brain teaching

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Peggy Tucker

on 3 December 2012

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Finally Whole Brain Teaching Whole Brain Teaching The WBT strategies have been rigorously classroom tested over 10 years. There is a direct correlation between the effectiveness of a classroom management system and an instructor's enthusiastic implementation of the system. Successes In poverty level schools in San Jacinto, California, in a district with 98% free and reduced lunch and 80& Hispanic, students' reading scores in WBT classrooms showed a 12% increase in 3 months over non WBT classrooms. WholeBrainTeaching.com http:.homepage.mac.com/chrisbiffle/
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3 schools in Hemet, California using WBT have seen decreases in office referrals and suspensions by as much as 50% in a 2 year period. Class - Yes
Our primary attention-getter activates the prefrontal cortex, often called the CEO of the brain. The prefrontal cortex controls, among other functons, decision making, planning and focus of attention. Little if any learning can take place if the prefrontal cortex is not engaged. We think of the Class-Yes as a brain switch that readies students for instruction. Learn The Scoreboard, Teach-Okay, Hands and Eyes, Switch and Mirror.
6 easy strategies to engage students and increase learning! http://www.cleanvideosearch.com/media/action/yt/watch?v=eBeWEgvGm2Y
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