Visit site
  • Verena Valeria

    I already do the Class/Yes one, but I think using a variety might keep the kids' attention better... More Time 2 Teach: Whole Brain Teaching #organizationalskills

  • Sarah Lang McKenna

    Education Foundation 5k

  • Dawn Anderson

    More Time 2 Teach: Whole Brain Teaching - Attention Grabbers

  • Christy Holt Kendall

    Cute!! Attention Grabbers. To get the class' attention, The teacher says a certain phrase and students have a response to say back. Ex: teacher: "Hocus Pocus" Then students say: "Everybody focus" Or, T says: "Chicka Chicka" then students say "boom, boom".

  • Emily Schwab

    WHOLE BRAIN TEACHING! attention getters (link doesn't work but the idea is good)

  • Lauren Caulkins

    Classroom Management - Attention Grabbers

Related Pins

Whole Brain Teaching. Great for guest teachers :) ......Follow for Free 'too-neat-not-to-keep' teaching tools other fun stuff :)

Whole brain teaching... I just learned about this today. It seems like effective classroom management paired with actions, partner work, and repetition; activating different portions of the brain to make learning fun and easy. -NDW

Whole Brain Teaching "Cheat Sheet" Awesome! This is the practice I use in my class, but sometimes I forget to use some of these key concepts.

Whole Brain Teaching Cheers - Katie Maynard - TeachersPayTeache...

Whole Brain Teaching -- great source for visuals and getting your class started for WBT

3rd Grade Thoughts: Whole Brain Teaching: 10-Finger Woo! Alternatives

Fluency 1 - Work on expression and fluency by having the students read a paragraph after choosing one of these cards that gives them a different voice or action to do while reading. It keeps their attention while they're learning different ways to read. Or you can use this to help kids remember the spelling for sight words