Teens love to learn about cool brain benefits from new choices they make.
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Learning becomes fun and adventurous.
Brighten your classroom with these brain facts – and doable actions that will motivate your learners, and ramp up their achievement.
These brightly colored posters challenge learners
with statements such as – “Your world has changed – have you?” It poses questions about their brain’s ability to help them with better choices and asks: “Did you know that your prefrontal cortex gives you equipment to make new choices when old habits no longer work?”
Posters model three ways to increase brainpower
1. Hang with leaders.
Students will see that to hang out with possibility leaders is often to lead well too. They’ll discover how it turns out their brains comes equipped with mirror neurons so they mimic those around them – even when unaware of that.
2. Show care to others.
Learners see how to deliberately decide to speak and act kindly toward all. In response - their brains (they see) will generates chemicals such as serotonin for well-being and added intelligence.
3. Take risks to benefit all.
Posters illustrate how risk-taking sharpens their brainpower, increases dopamine and can lead them to innovative benefits for a finer future.
These lively posters remind students to become the change they desire
and shows how their brains can propel them toward ventures some only dream of.
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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