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Brain-Based Strategies to Reach Every Learner: Surveys, Questionnaires, and Checklists That Help You Identify Students' Strengths-Plus Engaging Brain-Based Lessons and Activities

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An indispensable guide to brain-based learning. Diane Connell summarizes current brain research and discusses the implications for the classroom. She offers tools to identify learning styles and ideas for differentiating lessons and activities to engage all students. Covers brain development, multiple intelligences, information processing, emotional intelligence, and much ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by Teaching Strategies
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Lorraine
Nov 12, 2012 rated it it was ok
A Coles-notes book on all the brain-based research related to teaching and learning. Multiple Intelligences, Left vs Right brain, learning styles, and emotional intelligence are addressed. There are questionnaires for the teacher to complete, explanations, applications, and student questionaires. The book is best for Primary/Junior teachers who have more curricular freedom and are empowered to teach more hidden curriculum (aka life skills) than high school teachers.
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