Open your first day of class with students' interests and ideas
and everybody wins!
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Students who speak up and feel heard
will take far more from your classes! They’ll also roll what they learn into what they do beyond class.
My own students love these graphic organizers and guides to help them speak out
and feel heard in any class. See student ready materials below that get them speaking out with a meaningful getting to know you task on day one. See also how to file and use student insights about themselves to help them grow while enjoying your classes.
Guide to getting more from this kit 3
Getting to know you (day one) 4
Your left and right brain skills 5
Left and right brain growth areas 6
Personal interest inventory 7
Peer/caregiver completed inventory 8
What are your innovative insights? 9
Benefits of brain based practices 10
How do you disagree well? 14
Pin your thanks 15
Discover and combine your ideas 16
Survey your intelligences 18
Brainstorm your strengths 19
Sample MI tasks 20
Tips for team members 21
Talking stick directions 22
Tone to speak up and feel heard 24
Tone skills to grow … 26
Fiction Namungos – real brain facts 27
Illustrate your ideas with details 29
Exit from, class ticket 30
Use your multiple intelligences 31
Tips for more feedback benefits 32
How to include more student voices 33
Students assess their own tone 34
Contact me 36
Hopefully these ready-to-roll brain-based materials
will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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All the best
as you learn and lead with the brain in mind!
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