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Jensen Brain Based Learning

A brain-based learning approach focuses on practical strategies linking brain research to student achievement.

Brain based learning is all about smarter, more purposeful teaching that can reach a greater number of students. It’s not any one single thing you do. It’s more about the on-going, purposeful aggregate of environment, instruction and curriculum strategies that makes it all work.

Brain-Based Learning Articles:

5,6,7,8… The Show must Begin!

Behind the curtains everything is chaos… The technical team redirects the lights, checks for wires on the floor, arranges the black legs, cleans the stage and verifies the musical instruments; everybo... Read More »

brain-based-sports

OUT OF BOUNDS

Guys, sports, and parenting series #3 Guys have tremendous power to be an influence for good in their kids’ lives.  We face some challenges however.  Sometimes we don’t get involved.  Other times we d... Read More »

How Arts Change the Brain

How Arts Change the Brain

It is common knowledge that arts can arouse passions. Some believe that arts should be in school simply because many students thoroughly enjoy them. Others advocate a higher curriculum standing for ar... Read More »

Zombie Learning Theories

In November of 2014, I posted a short article to the Brainbrainlearning.net discussion forum on the importance of educators being good consumers of education research (click here to read Let’s Be Bett... Read More »