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Now let us begin
This is an example how the Brain Based Teaching/ Learning strategies are implemented into the classroom.
tell & show
What's in your mind?
EDUC 3070-10 S.Walrond (instructor)
MID-TERM GROUP PRESENTATION
Created by: (Group#2) Crystal Fruin, Lacy p'pool,and Erin Webster
Brain-Based Teaching is fun! Your students will be fully engaged, actively learning, and participating while you are teaching your lessons.
Pass out Brain-Based Teaching Strategies and Outcomes worksheets to the class.
Brain-Based Learning. (2013, August 29). Retrieved March 1 2014, from The Glossary of Education Reform website:http://edglossary.org/brain-based-learning/
Brain-based learning and teaching. (2013) [powerpoint slides]. Retrieved from Middle Tennessee State University website:http://www.mtsu.edu/ltanditc/docs/Brain-based.ppt
Espinosa, T. (2011). Mind, brain, and education science: A comprehensive guide to the new brain-based teaching. New York: W.W. Norton.
Spears, A. & Wilson, L. Brain-based learning highlights. Retrieved March 1, 2014, from CELT Center Web site: http://www.uwsp.edu/education/celtProject/innovations/Brain-Based%20Learning/brain-based_learning.htm