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
Bad Praise, Help Kids, High School, Teachers Parents, Music Teachers, Education Nation, Common Core, Kids Homeschooling
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.
Track and support your child's personal growth and development through these awesome growth charts that track by age.
Produced by NBC News, this toolkit will help you navigate your child's journey from pre-kindergarten through high school.
The Parent Toolkit from @Education Nation for parents to track their students progress and development #connectedparents #elearning
BLOG: New Home of Cyberbullying? Yik Yak Gossip App Takes Off in High Schools | Parent Toolkit - Produced by NBC News & Sponsored by Pearson
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.
Parent Toolkit: A great resource for Common Core by grade. #FoothillLeadershipAcademy
Good Praise, Bad Praise - essential understanding for music teachers.
Website for tips to help kids at any grade level.
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
#38: Want to understand more about how the brain works in the learning process? Check out our collection of brain-based learning blogs.
Classroom, Elementary Students, Building Brain, Brain Literacy, Teaching Ideas, Brain Learning, Brain Based Learning, Brains Work, Blog
Building Brain Literacy in Elementary Students | Edutopia Middle School students need to know this, too.
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
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...
Teaching students about how to think and study. Building Brain Literacy in Elementary Students
Building Brain Literacy in Elementary Students. A blog post from Judy Willis, MD | Edutopia.
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.
Judy Willis - Building brain literacy in elementary students GO TO WEBSITE
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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Preparatory schools are set to introduce a baccalaureate-style exam to replace the traditional Common Entrance exam in the independent schools sector.
Pier found his "formal studies" difficult, and he needed a tutor to get through high school.
Have a senior going to college next year? Then you probably have college stress...
This is me. Check out our newest blog post: College students strung out on stress
I shouldn't have laughed as hard as I did
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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