Manage a Brain Based Learning Community

Manage a Brain Based Learning Community
Manage a Brain Based Learning Community
Manage a Brain Based Learning Community
Manage a Brain Based Learning Community
Manage a Brain Based Learning Community
Manage a Brain Based Learning Community
Manage a Brain Based Learning Community
Manage a Brain Based Learning Community
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In these Brain Based Learning Tasks students love to build and help manage their own learning materials.

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Find four Practical Turnaround Practices for Whole Brain Classrooms Student feedback forms with many suggested uses provided.

Updated with dozens of new brain based tasks! Students help to create new tasks and to keep records of multiple intelligences used.

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Want a well run classroom where students find motivation to achieve? Drop traditional rules and run with whole brain practices for a caring, yet challenging community.

Students help to build and manage growth! Rather than manage for discipline, you'll soon find yourself managing sizzling learning adventures. Students grow when we let go of outmoded rules and begin with a wide open window for a new community of care and challenge.

Why will classroom management work wonders from a whole brain perspective?

It’s quite straightforward. When you let go of rigid rules, and when you step past the brain’s old habits and boring routines then students begin to find deeper meaning. They begin to pull together as a cohesive and caring team.

Using these hands-on materials you’ll begin to build vibrant circles of care and challenge, by activating students’ working memory for change. You’ll see why this works when you see the role of working memory in modern classes.

It’s no surprise that community wellbeing takes care of discipline by refocusing attention on growth, mutual dividends and tangible takeaways. But have you thought about how such as encouragement to win and grow also fuels focused attention for your next lesson. It comes through a brain chemical called serotonin and is as real as blood or oxygen that courses through veins.

Classroom management and whole brain learning tools come from the brain’s working memory.
This mental equipment positions new information up front and that fact matters in their focus for a finer approach to learning.

When an engaged working memory finds students building together their student-centered community where they find motivation and winning activities, the brain optimizes this new information.

Your new direction – with student buy-in – fuels the working memory to problem solve old habits that disrupt learning. This new approach is what will allow working memory to keep intelligence fluid and even to raise IQ as well as extend a wider range of intelligences. It’s the wonderful role working memory plays when you simply do any of the following tasks in this kit:

Some faculty bring these turnaround tactics into faculty meetings to trigger discussion, and to share what others do to keep learning alive in whole brain settings.

Use these once, and you’ll likely offer a few new suggestions of your own to add zip to the next new lesson. Within working memory lies ready equipment to build, grow and enjoy a caring and challenging learning community.

Worth a shot to trade in classroom management and jumpstart curiosity and wonder for your next lesson?

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.

Do follow my TpT site and keep up with brain-friendly materials to enhance your class.

If you have any further questions about how to get the most from this product, please do contact me at eweber1@frontiernet.net and I’ll be glad to help further.

All the best as you learn and lead with the brain in mind!
Ellen

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Created by Ellen Weber, Brain Based Tasks for Growth Mindset

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