Imagine a class where all learned and all progressed! We now know that teens will meet far more learning goals in your class – with mind drivers for proven personal progress!
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Mind drivers are practical tools that link course content to teen brainpower.
Think of tools that connect learners’ thoughts and feelings to amplify what they learn in your class, and you have already defined the role mind drivers will play to increase their learning takeaways.
Mental prompts in these tools are designed to nudge your students toward personal progress
and away from the learning ruts that hold them back. For instance simple mental states such as boredom can trigger mental chemicals that hold back learning for many teens.
Mind drivers enable teens to literally turn boredom into curiosity-building in any class.
These materials help teens to gain an awareness of where they stand currently and stoke them to move forward as learners and leaders in any class, based on learning to engage their own intelligences.
Research shows that teens learn best with their peers
and these materials teach mutual mentoring tasks to ramp up learning in your small group sessions.
You will also find here – 60 smart skills
that become personal learning and leading tools for teen growth. Using the chart provided teens move through the mind drivers at their own speed. They track their personal growth and set their own goals using this smart skill chart as a mind driver to improve their learning outcomes.
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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