Find all you and your students need to build whole brain tasks
that use your strengths ~
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Laminate and cut cards into a set
that students check out and return – using the chart provided in these materials.
Post the task list online
– or distribute cards in groups of 4 on a page in a binder for students’ reference.
Students earn extra points by selecting tasks to expand
on lesson topics when they complete work ahead of others in class.
Distribute a task card to teams and have them create a test question
or task from the active learning prompt. Have teams also provide the answer to their proposed test question.
Direct students or teams to show evidence of engaging lesson concepts
through 5 brain booster prompts, so that each team member adds authentic evidence to support one area of the lesson.
Use in class or beyond class
. Students check off completed tasks, and are required to use five different prompts for a different approach to learn each time.
Included in these whole brain task creation materials
Tips to run from lectures and create tasks
Tips to get more from task cards
Run from lectures but then what?
Rubric criteria for task cards
Task card basics – ready for your input
Further uses for task cards here
100 task card prompts listed
Individual task card completion chart
Class task card completion record
Chart to check-in and out task cards
Intelligences evident in tasks
Additional whole brain resources
Discover and use more brain facts in class
Additional whole brain materials
Students love these 100 neuro-related reasons to run from lectures,
and pose What if… action prompts. Finally, you can post your lecture notes online or distribute hard copies as reference materials.
Students quickly become learning experts,
and you’ll enjoy your own active role as guide-to-the side to facilitate these brain friendly prompts.
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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