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Brain-based Classroom and Learning Styles

Using the brain-based classroom and learning styles concepts in your teaching strategies in an easily applicable.

Morgan Robertson

on 4 April 2011

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Transcript of Brain-based Classroom and Learning Styles

The Brain Based Classroom and Learning Styles Schema Why do you think we did the bellringer that we chose to do? Procedures Develop expectations Introduce a well thought out management plan Physical Environment Lighting Color Ambience The "Why" Why brain-based? To help create an environment with limited distractions that is conducive to learning and leds itself to the comfort of the students Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Linguistics Logical-Mathmatical Musical Bodily-Kinesthetic Spatial-Visual Interpersonal Intrapersonal Words and language, written and spoken; retention, interpretation and explanation of ideas and information via language, understands relationship between communication and meaning Logical thinking, detecting patterns, scientific reasoning and deduction; analyze problems, perform mathmatical calculations, understands relationship between cause and effect towards a tangible outcome or result Musical ability, awareness, appreciation and use of sound; recognition of tonal and rhythmic patterns, understands relationship between sound and feeling Body movement control, manual dexterity, physical agility and balance; eye and body coordination Visual and spatial perception; interpretation and creation of visual images; pictorial imagination and expression; understands relationship between images and meaning, and between space and effect Perception of other people's feelings; ability to relate to others; interpretation of behavior and communications; understands the relationships between people and their situations, including other people Self-awareness, personal cognizance, personal objectivity, the capability to understand oneself, one's relationship to others and the world, and one's own need for, and reaction to change The "Why" Why learning styles? Make sure content is applicable to all students learning style so all can be successful. Make sure that it is available to all students. Can give test to students at the beginning of semester.
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