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Power Teaching/ Whole Brain Teaching

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Kelsey Rose

on 27 September 2013

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Power Teaching/ Whole Brain Teaching
What is Power Teaching?
Power Teaching is an interactive style of teaching. It involves lots of student involvement and energy. It is centered around "Success for All Foundation's Cycle of Effective Instruction".
General History
Power teaching was started in 1999 by three teachers in California. Their names are Chris Biffle, Jay Vanderfin, and Chris Rekstad.
About Chris Biffle
Chris Biffle- He is a Philosophy Professor at Crafton Hills College. He originally came up with the idea of Power Teaching and is the main founder. He does YouTube videos and writes articles on the Power Teaching website.

The Power Teaching method is being used more and more every year. All together, 8,000 teachers have attended the Power Teaching workshops and seminars. In total, 300,000 kids have been taught using the Power Teaching method.
There has not been any research done to prove how effective Power Teaching is. However, everyone who uses Power Teaching has seen positive results and positive feedback.
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by Kelsey Rose and Brooke Farbstein
Success for All
Power Teaching is based on the Success for All "cycle". Success for All incorporates a form of Power Teaching as one of their techniques for classroom success.
Example of an Attention Getter (Implementation)
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