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Our Big Beautiful Brains: What Every Educator Should Know

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Overview

Did you know that current research indicates that our brains both students' and adults' - are changing? Have you heard that the brain works best when the temperature is between 68 and 72 degrees? And did you know that the color palettes of yellows and pinks can improve memory, while greens and blues can help students relax and support increased concentration? Join Naomi Harm for this brain-based teaching and learning session, as she provides a roadmap of how you can infuse brain-based teaching practices throughout your school's environment. She will share how to optimize physical learning spaces and experiences so that each and every child can discover their student-driven passion and personalized learning potential.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Thursday, January 7, 2016 @ 6:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Counseling, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: brain-based teaching, brain-based theory, learning potential, physical spaces

Reviews (50)

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One of the best PD's ive seen. She was descriptive and really focused on strategies to make learning optimal for our students!
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This webinar is the Bible for every teacher!
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the webinar was very informative and interesting ! loved it !
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Veryi interesting. Will definitely watch this more than once. Thank you!
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WOW!!! WHAT A WONDERFUL WEBINAR. GREAT PRESENTATION.
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Wonderful presentation with a personal story to support the concepts
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Very informative!
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What a wonderful webinar with so much info that is good to know for people who have had brain injuries. I have a few friends who have gone through similar trauma. It helps to know how to use some of the suggestions even for people who are no longer in school but for everyday life. Thank you.
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Helpful tips to promote learning.
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Great information thank you
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