Judy Willis Neuroscience & Education
I'm a neurologist, former classroom teacher, neurologist, former classroom teacher, author of books for educators and parents, and currently give neuroeducation presentations and conduct professional development workshops nationally and internationally about how the brain learns and correlated educational & parenting strategies. I'm a staff blogger for Edutopia and Psychology Today and an consultant for NBC News Education Nation.
Judy Willis Neuroscience & Education
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Risk-taking and the Teen Brain
Help Kids, School Parenting, Middle School, Parent Teacher, School Transitions, School Counseling, Common Core, High Schools
Great website to help parents make sure their kids are hitting appropriate milestones and tips on how to help kids get to where they need to be. Great resource for my clients.
The parent toolkit by Education Nation has an overwhelming amount of pertinent resources to help parents navigate their child's journey from pre-kindergarten through high school.
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Parent Toolkit--This toolkit will help you navigate your child’s journey from pre-kindergarten through high school. It is designed to help you track and support progress at each stage.
ANOTHER WEBBY AWARD WINNER 2014 -- LOVE THE PARENT NAV AND DROPDOWNS + THE FRONT GALLERY + THE BACKGROUND -- WHAT ABOUT CJ ARENA MAT? NICELY LAID OUT AND CLEAN. Produced by NBC News, this toolkit will help you navigate your child's journey from pre-kindergarten through high school.
Encourage your kids to be on a #Kindness Lookout~Find examples & discuss http://t.co/Th5UDtMKch @EducationNation http://t.co/dG5Q5YMhQ1 Produced by NBC News, the Parent Toolkit will help you navigate your child's journey from pre-kindergarten through high school. Via Dr. @micheleborba on Twitter.
Tips and advice in this section include both general and specific suggestions for how best to provide support as your child progresses through school. The tips for parents offer grade-appropriate ideas for ways in which you can assist your children at home with what they are learning in the classroom. The parent-teacher conference guide includes a checklist that you can use as a reference when discussing your child’s progress with teachers or guidance counselors.
Parent Toolkit: A great resource for Common Core by grade. #FoothillLeadershipAcademy
Guiding Our Children Through School Transitions: Middle School | Parent Toolkit Blog
Risk-taking and the Teen Brain | Parent Toolkit Blog
Experienced teachers share what they wish they’d known earlier #teachers #teaching #teach #edchat #educhat #edu #education
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Experienced Teachers Reflect on Their First Year: A Follow Up from #edutopia.org
Experienced Teachers Reflect on Their First Year: A Follow Up
Building Brain Literacy in Elementary Students | Edutopia Middle School students need to know this, too.
Elementary Students, Brainy Learning, Building Brain, Students Edutopia, Brain Learning, Brain Based Learning, Teaching Students, Students Ability
Building Brain Literacy in Elementary Students | Edutopia. Wow!!! this is incredible cool. Could really change the way we are thinking about teaching and learning.
Building Brain Literacy in Elementary Students You can find opportunities to emphasize students' ability to literally build the brains they want. Remind them that, when they turn in a story, demonstrate a science principle in a skit, or even raise their hand to respond to a question, they grow more dendrites and add new layers of myelin to their axons...
Building Brain Literacy in Elementary Students | Edutopia...this is not about "learning parts of the brain" but "learning about learning" not the most appropriate of my boards to pin it on, but I'll probably find it again here! - J
Teaching students about how to think and study. Building Brain Literacy in Elementary Students
Building Brain Literacy in Elementary Students | Edutopia (Easily adjusted for High School)
Judy Willis MD gives 5 steps towards building brain literacy in elementary students.
Building Brain Literacy in Elementary Students | Edutopia you can find opportunities to emphasize students' ability to literally build the brains they want. Remind them that, when they turn in a story, demonstrate a science principle in a skit, or even raise their hand to respond to a question, they grow more dendrites and add new layers of myelin to their axons. To them this may sound gross, but it's actually good news. By activating these brain networks, they continuously use their executive functions as they apply new learning. Like a muscle, the brain responds to interaction and activity.
Brain-Based Learning Pinterest Board | Edutopia
Building Brain Literacy in Elementary Students
High School Seniors and Parents - Are you overwhelmed by College Applications? Help is on the way! Call us at 866-670-3388 ext 1 or email us at email@example.com
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Pier found his "formal studies" difficult, and he needed a tutor to get through high school.
Check out our newest blog post: College students strung out on stress
Lol this is sooo me!!!! College students strung out on stress
College students strung out on stress
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Nursing school humor meme
High school :P
Strategies to Prevent the Neurotoxic Impact of School Stress
Neuroplasticity gives us infinite potential for building knowledge and skills. Let's help guide all children to use build the neural connections to reach their dreams. www.RADTeach.com