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Whole Brain Teaching Prezi
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Teaching Strategies Research Whole Brain
Teaching How do I get started? Why should we use
Whole Brain Teaching
techniques? Back in the day... You can vary the common practices to fit your classroom style... Whole Brain Teaching
6 Common Practices
beginner pack Today, we need to
engage our students... Using Whole Brain Teaching Reaching our Students http://jessiefishel.weebly.com/whole-brain-teaching-research.html http://www.namle.org/home/2012/02/03/whole-brain-teaching-by-chuck-w/ http://www.wholebrainteaching.com/index.php/whole-brain-teching/goodies/research.html "Whole Brain Teaching techniques meet the needs of different learning styles, differentiated instruction, covers Bloom's Taxonomy, keeps the classroom ticking like clockwork, and requires student leadership, student led teaching, and student/peer accountability." ~ Liann Nutini Class - Yes: Class-Yes, Classroom Rules, and 1,2,3 Teach Scoreboard I implemented the 6 Common Practices, now what? Go to
to expand your Whole Brain Teaching strategies in the classroom. Let's reach our students
by using Whole Brain Teaching Feel free to tailor the 6 common practices to your classroom style.
Also, use fellow teachers as a resource as needed. We are in this together. Let's make an impact! Transitions, Think time,
& Mirror: You don't have to use the same language to find these strategies effective in your classroom.