Learning and the brain

Learning and the brain - Jensen, E. (2008). Brain-based...

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Jensen, E. (2008). Brain-based learning (2nd ed). California: Corwin Press. ISBN: 978141296256-8 Discussions To participate in the following Discussion Forums, go to this week's Discussion link in the left navigation: Discussions To participate in the following Discussion Forums, go to this week's Discussion link in the left navigation: 1. Brain-based Compatible Classrooms Topics: Planning curriculum with the brain in mind. As teachers we must use the immersion of the learner in multiple, complex, authentic experience. Teachers should have real world problems in mind when planning curriculum. Students are able to understand and see for them self when they are able to connect the learning to the real world. If a student can understand why they are learning something they will be more eager to learn the materials. Students must have a personal meaningful challenge. Challenges stimulate our brains (Solumon & Schrum, 2007). If we offer challenges students they will rise to meet those challenges. Sometimes students get bored in a classroom. When a student is bored they are going to result in other things and quit paying attention to what is trying to be taught. There must be an
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2012 for the course PHY 372 taught by Professor Melanierodriguez during the Spring '12 term at Ashford University.

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