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01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
01. brain based-learning
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01. brain based-learning

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BRAIN-BASED-LEARNING …

BRAIN-BASED-LEARNING
The organ of learning

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  • 1. BRAIN-BASED LEARNING THE ORGAN OF LEARNING
  • 2. THE ORGAN OF BRAIN
    • ADVOCATES OF BRAIN-BASED LEARNING TEACHING INSIST THAT THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN “BRAIN COMPATIBLE” EDUCATION, AND “BRAIN ANTAGONISTIC” TEACHING PRACTICES AND METHOS WHICH CAN ACTUALLY PREVENT LEARNING.
  • 3. HUMAN BRAIN AND HUMAN LEARNING
    • LESLIE HART ARGUES THAT TEACHING WITHOUT AN AWARENESS OF HOW THE BRAIN LEARNS IS LIKE DESIGNING A GLOVE WITH NO SENSE OF WHAT A HAND LOOKS LIKE-ITS SHAPE, HOW IT MOVES.
    • HART PUSHES THIS ANALOGY EVEN FURTHER IN ORDER TO DRIVE HOME HIS PRIMARY POINT:
    • “ IF CLASSROOMS ARE TO BE PLACES OF LEARNING, THEN THE ORGAN OF LEARNING, THE BRAIN , MUST BE UNDERSTOOD AND ACCOMODATED.
  • 4. HUMAN BRAIN AND HUMAN LEARNING
    • HART ARGUES, THAT SOME KNOWLEDGE, EVEN IF IT IS PARTIAL AND SIMPLIFIED, CAN STILL BE APPLIED “TO DESIGN BRAIN-FITTING, BRAIN COMPATIBLE INSTRUCTIONAL SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES”.
    • SUCH SETTINGS AND PROCEDURES WOULD EMPHASIZE “REAL WORLD” EXPOSURE.
    • THE SCHOOL IN HART’S WORDS, WOULD BECOME “AN EXCITING CENTER WHERE THERE IS CONSTANT ENCOUNTER WITH THE RICHNESS AND VARIETY OF THE REAL WORLD” AS EXPOSSED TO A DREARY EGG CREATE OF CLASSROOMS… ALMOST EMPTY OF ANYTHING REAL ONE MIGHT LEARN FROM.
  • 5. BRAIN LEARNING PRINCIPLE 1
    • THE BRAIN IS A COMPLEX ADAPTAVIVE SYSTEM.
  • 6. BRAIN PRINCIPLE LEARNING 2
    • THE BRAIN IS A SOCIAL BRAIN.
  • 7. BRAIN LEARNING PRINCIPLE 3
    • THE SEARCH FOR MEANING IS INNATE.
  • 8. BRAIN LEARNING PRINCIPLE 4
    • THE SEARCH FOR MEANING OCCURS THROUGH PATTERNING.
  • 9. BRAIN LEARNING PRINCIPLE 5
    • EMOTIONS ARE CRTICAL TO PATTERNING.
  • 10. BRAIN LEARNING PRINCIPLE 6
    • EVERY BRAIN SIMULTANEOUSLY PERCEIVES AND CREATES PARTS AND WHOLES.
  • 11. BRAIN LEARNING PRINCIPLE 7
    • LEARNING INVOLVES BOTH FOCUSSED ATTENTION AND PERIPHERAL ATTENTION.
  • 12. BRAIN LEARNING PRINCIPLE 8
    • LEARNING ALWAYS INVOLVES CONSCIOUS AND UNCONSCIOUS PROCESSES
  • 13. BRAIN LEARNING PRINCIPLE 9
    • WE HAVE AT LEAST TWO WAYS OF ORGANIZING MEMORY.
  • 14. BRAIN LEARNING PRINCIPLE 10
    • LEARNING IS DEVELOPMENTAL.
  • 15. BRAIN LEARNINGPRINCIPLE 11
    • COMPLEX LEARNING IS ENHANCED BY CHALLENGE AND INHIBITED BY THREAT.
  • 16. BRAIN LEARNING PRINCIPLE 12
    • EVERY BRAIN IS UNIQUELY ORGANIZED.
  • 17. THREE CONDITIONS FOR LEARNING
    • 1. RELAXED ALERTNESS: CONSISTING OF LOW THREAT AND HIGH-CHALLENGE.
    • 2. ORCHESTRATED IMMERSION: MULTIPLE, COMPLEX AND AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCE.
    • 3. ACTIVE PROCESSING: OF EXPERIENCE AS THE BASIS FOR MAKING MEANING.
  • 18. REAL-LIFE EXAMPLES
    • CREATING AN ENVIRONMENT TO SIMULATE REALITY.
    • AND INTERESTING CONTEXT TO PRESENT NEW TOPICS.
  • 19. WHAT DOES A BRAIN-BASED TEACHER DO?
    • A BRAIN COMPATIBLE TEACHER IS ONE THAT UNDERSTANDS THE PRINCIPLES AND USES STRATEGIES IN A PURPOSEFUL WAY.
    • IT IS AN EDUCATOR WHO UNDERSTANDS THE REASONING BEHIND THEIR TEACHING.
    • IT IS ALSO ONE WHO STAYS CONSTANTLY UPDATED THROUGH CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
  • 20.
    • THANK YOU
    • VERY MUCH!

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