Here Brian Pete and Robin Fogarty explain how the brain learns best and all the things teachers can do to facilitate the learning part of the teaching scene.
They present a unique organization of Renate and Geoffrey Caine's twelve brain principles. The twelve principles are arranged in four specific quadrants. Each quadrant speaks to a particular aspect of the high-achieving classroom and highlights how instructional decisions are governed by the twelve principles. The Table of Contents:
Part One: Climate for Learning Challenge/Threat: Learning Principle Emotions/Cognition: Learning Principle Focused/Peripheral: Learning Principle Part Two: Skills of Learning Parts/Whole: Learning Principle Spatial/Rote: Learning Principle Parallel Processing: Learning Principle Part Three: Interactions With Learning Physiology: Learning Principle Brain Uniqueness: Learning Principle Social/Experience: Learning Principle Part Four: Learning About Learning Meaning: Learning Principle Patterning: Learning Principle Conscious/Unconscious: Learning Principle
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