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Research inNeurosciencebyJennifer Bernard
How does the brain organize information?Information is receivedthrough the senses.Information is processedand stored in the brain bycategories (Anwar,2012).Information isrecategorized all the time(Anwar, 2012).
How is the brain wired?Neurons are made of 3 parts:1.Dendrite2. Cell Body3. SynapsesNeurons make connections andpass information betweendendrites
Amygdala HijackAmygdala is a group of cellsresponsible for youremotional reactionsAmygdala Hijack is alsoknown as the fight-or-flightresponse
Classroom ImplicationsTo create the safest, mostbeneficial learning environmentfor all students a teacher should:Know student’s triggersBuild positive relationships
Classroom ApplicationThe following strategies are ways teachers can minimize the Amygdala Hijackresponse in students:Creating an amygdala reset areaAllowing movement in the classroom2x10 strategy (two minutes with a student for ten days in a row - buildsrelationships)

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Glenna Zeak
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