“I changed my attitude, mommy.” 4 year old Esther’s declaration is an example of self-regulation, or a character quality of controlling one’s impulses, and is considered an executive functioning sk... Read More »
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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.