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Brain Hemisphericity

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Emily Boulet

on 17 December 2012

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BRAIN HEMISPHERICITY Emily Boulet
12/17/2012
Educ204-Natoli LEFT-BRAINED (analytical) controls the linear, logical, and verbal abilities
analytical
sequential
temporal
time-oriented
typically has lower emotional intelligence RIGHT-BRAINED (global) controls the visual, creative, and intuitive abilities
pattern seeking
relational
spatial
nonlinear
simultaneous
non-verbal
typically has higher emotional intelligence THE CONNECTION TO EDUCATION Is our system of education designed for left-brain thinkers? Left-brained thinkers prefer: Right-brained thinkers prefer: working independently
researching
quiet, clean classrooms working with groups
creating/designing
comfortable/open classroom Do right-brained thinkers feel discouraged? Will the recent budget cuts of music and art programs affect right-brain thinkers? Suggestions for teaching to both thinking styles Noticing that some of the ideas contradict one another, how will we as teachers teach to both of these learning styles? For the left-brained thinkers: For the right-brained thinkers: outline the lesson
lecture-based classes
discuss vocabulary words
discuss big concepts
allow for independent work
assign research papers
keep classroom quiet and organized give study guides and guided notes
write main points on the board
use metaphors
use the overhead, whiteboard, and/or chalkboard
allow for group work
assign students to complete projects
bring in charts, maps, and other visuals
play background music Typical majors/occupations associated with: Typical majors/occupations associated with: engineering
sciences
social sciences
business/commerce
mathematics
language arts
literature
education
nursing
communications
law
humanities
architecture
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