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a fun way to get your kids to stop chatting.... check out the link for a cute video and little tricks on how to use it for classroom management! pin now read later
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a fun way to get your kids to stop chatting.... video with song about following directions
A variation can also be used for "tidy up time" for kindergardens and maybe grade 1
Kindergarten- A fun way to get your kids to stop chatting.... check out the link for a cute video and little tricks on how to use it for classroom management!
a fun way to get your kids to stop chatting.... check out the link for a cute video and little tricks on how to use it for classroom management! Brain Break!
A Turn to Learn: Fun Way to Get Your Kids to Stop Chatting!
50 brain facts every educator (and parent who teaches their children) should know
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50 Brain Facts Every Educator Should Know- can use to support brain gym activities.
50 Brain Facts Every Educator Should Know. You could post a random "Brain Fact" from this site for a before each Science lesson.
Brain Study May Predict Who Gets Chronic Pain: "Researchers were able to predict with 85 percent accuracy which participants would develop chronic pain, depending upon the level of interaction between the brain’s frontal cortex and the nucleus accumbens."
50 Brain Facts Every Educator Should Know Brain Development and Learning Read on to learn the first 13 interesting facts about how the brain develops, what can affect that development, and how learning is impacted. 1.Read aloud. Parents and teachers who read aloud and talk often to young children are promoting brain development. 2.Bilingual brains. Children who learn two languages before the age of five have a different brain structure than children who learn only one language. 3.Child abuse and the brain. Studies have shown that child abuse can change the way the brain develops and can negatively affect learning. 4.New neurons. Throughout life, mental activity promotes the production of new neurons in the brain. 5.Handedness. Those who are left-handed or ambidextrous have a corpus collosum that is about 11% larger than those who are right-handed. 6.Brain growth. The human brain continues to grow until about age 18. 7.Stimulating environment. If a child is in a stimulating environment, she has a 25% greater ability to learn . Conversely, if she is in an environment with low stimulation, she has 25% less ability to learn. 8.Creative vs. methodical. Scientists have shown that creative thinkers’ brains work in different ways from the brains of those who think more methodically. 9.Food and intelligence. One study looked at students in New York and showed that those who ate lunches that did not include artificial flavors, preservatives, and dyes did 14% better on IQ tests than the students who ate lunches with these additives. 10.Boredom. Humans have an innate curiosity, but when they have a lack of stimulation, boredom sets in. 11.Learning new things. A study shows that when people are learning new things, their brains change very quickly. Those learning to juggle showed change in the brain in as little as seven days. 12.Music. Children who take music lessons show a considerable increase in the ability to learn. 13.Reading faces. The area of the brain called the amygdala is responsible for the ability to read someone’s face for clues to how they are feeling.
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Im clearly Right brained!!!! Left Brain / Right Brain How we write: The parts of the brain that are responsible for processing speech and language are highly specialized and located on the outside of the left side of the brain. The parts of the brain that keep the heart beating are located deep inside the brain, where they are much better protected from the external world.
Left Brain Right Brain- left brain over here!
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Right brain / Left brain. This is why your child w adhd has trouble in school. Adhd (people) brains don't fully develop until their early 20's.
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Brain-Based Learning Strategies: Get Students’ Attention With a Radish via TeachHub
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Brain-Based Learning Strategies: Get Students' Attention With a Radish. Using the bb strategy: Surprise.
Financial Literacy Resources for kids, teachers and parents from Education Update. Tap into budget planning resources that will enable your students to better grasp just what it will take to build a budget, rent a place to live, or buy a car. Or try out an interactive game that can help students practice personal finance skills.
Brain-Based Learning resources from ASCD
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Our Brains Extended. By Marc Prensky, at Educational Leadership.
ASCD Summer Reading List Identifies 10 Books That Can Transform Teaching and Learning
A Close Look at Close Reading
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Brain-based strategies. Number 4 (Thinking about thinking) is something that I think I could improve on helping my kids do. One thing that a teacher shared with me to help students do this (and give teachers feedback) is having the kids respond to the following at the end of class: What is one thing that worked for you today? What is one thing that did not help you learn?
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Review games for all subjects
Differentiated instruction is a teaching approach in which educational content, process, and product are adapted according to student readiness, interest, and learning profile. Unlike individualized instruction, in which teaching must be directed to the specific needs and skills of each individual student, differentiated instruction addresses the needs of student clusters.
Original pin 3 - The key to turning reluctant or struggling readers into enthusiastic readers is making sure that all students are active participants in their own learning. The following article give you 11 great ideas to get your reluctant readers reading. #ActiveLearning #reluctant #reading
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Free Classroom Guides and Educational Downloads for 2012 Get our easy-to-print guides that include useful tips for teachers, parents, and school administrators.
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How Does the Act of Writing Affect Your Brain?
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Amazing facts about how writing affects the brain. Great tips on how to use our writing to improve our learning too!
Amazing Facts About Writing and The Brain! #Affect | #Books | #Brain | #Facts | #Writing
Writing: What is the best writing advice you have received? - Quora
How Does the Act of Writing Affect Your Brain and other interesting facts about writing and the brain.
The Best Resources For Showing Students That They Make Their Brain Stronger By Learning
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Brain Basics in light of learning. Student friendly presentation
How the Brain Learns - 3 1/2 minute video "lesson" with strategies for learning more effectively. Suitable for 10 years and up. Very good.
How your brain works video
Middle School Brain - The Best Resources For Showing Students That They Make Their Brain Stronger By Learning
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Brain Gym printable charts with photos!
Brain Gym charts with photos and other printable a for thinking skills
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Neat posters and activities that center around thinking
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26 exercises (from the original brain gym) with references to the field of neuroplasticity.
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Brain Gym: Teacher's Edition: Paul E. Dennison, Gail E. Dennison: 9780942143027: Amazon.com: Books
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Brain Gym exercises are short activities teachers can do with their students to release stress, expend excess energy and enhance learning. Each exercise can be done in a small area in the classroom or at the student's seat. They are generally fun movements that are designed to engage the brain.
Engage students to learn with Brain Gym exercises.
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BRAIN GYM ACTIVITIES (explained for parents...)
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Brain Exercises for Children With ADHD
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Brain Exercises as daily transitions
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Brain Exercises from Dr. Jean (click on the links at the bottom of the page for more ideas!)
Although you can’t get inside your students’ heads and shake up their brains, there are some activities that you can do to make their brains more alert and to help improve learning.
"Brain Breaks" Dr. Jean's website has more!!
Brain Exercises - Cross the Midline
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10 brain training exercises to boost learning
Exercises your brain. Fun!
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Neat challenges to increase your brain function!
Build your personalized brain training program
Alimentando el cerebro con juegos; ser más creativo Usted en primer lugar debe alimentar el cerebro; con mucho conocimiento, lectura, conversaciones con amigos y expertos del área que le interesa
Lumosity - games for the brain
Brain Training Games: www.lumosity.com (improve memory & attention with scientific brain games)
Cookies tests - Lumosity
free brain gym exercises