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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:

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Smart Student Study Strategies

Smart Student Study Strategies that are Extremely Effective for STRONGER Memory This article is written TO STUDENTS. They need to know these study strategies. You can share this information in parent ... Read More »

Study Group In Brain Based Learning

Study Group Of 20 Teachers And Administrators Created On February 2014 To Promote Brain Based Learning At Rochester School In Bogotá, Colombia. HOW DID WE START? In the beginning of February 2014, I p... Read More »

DAP Learning. Brain based

Respecting the Brain

Brain-based Learning Applied to Developmental Stages. This post focuses on one of the biological readiness conditions for learning: developmental maturation. Read More »

Poverty Teaching- Brain Based

Closing the Poverty Gap – 3 Tips

Reprinted from ASCD When it works well, America’s public school system is designed to help students achieve at least one year of academic growth per school year. The problem? For students living in po... Read More »