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Apply the latest Neuroscience insights to your training and learning programs to make them more brain-friendly and effective.

Apply the latest Neuroscience insights to your training and learning programs to make them more brain-friendly and effective.

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  • Br in–Based Training   Using Brain Science to ACCELERATE Learning & ENHANCE Measurable Results
  • ¡  Please  sit  with  2  people  you  know  the  least   ¡  Introduce  your  self   ¡  Find  out  what  your  new  friends  know  about   Brain  Science  and  Human  Learning.  
  • Passion   Cer&fica&on   Educa&on   Rahila  Narejo  
  • NeuroLeadership   + The neuroscience of how leaders: • Make decisions & solve problems • Regulate emotions • Collaborate with others • Facilitate change Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • NeuroLeadership   +   ADDRESS  the  BIOLOGICAL  BASIS  of:   •  LEARNING   •  PEAK  PERFORMANCE   •  ENGAGEMENT   •  ORGANIZATIONAL  CHANGE   •  TEAMS/SOCIAL  Connec&ons   Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • If  your  goal  is  real   behavior  change,  you   can’t  ignore  brain-­‐ based  training.  
  • Learning  Schema   1.  Neuroplas&city   2.  Learning  =  New  Connec&ons   3.  AGES  Model   4.  Concept  Centers   5.  6  Principles  of  Brain-­‐friendly  Learning     •  Key  Benefits     –  Understand  how  the  brain  learns   –  Implement  a  brain  friendly  learning  programs   Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • Learning  Schema   1.  NeuroplasEcity   2.  Learning  =  New  Connec&ons   3.  AGES  Model   4.  Concept  Centers   5.  6  Principles  of  Brain-­‐friendly  Learning     •  Key  Benefits     –  Understand  how  the  brain  learns   –  Implement  a  brain  friendly  learning  programs   Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • Learning  Schema   1.  Neuroplas&city   2.  Learning  =  New  ConnecEons   3.  AGES  Model   4.  Concept  Centers   5.  6  Principles  of  Brain-­‐friendly  Learning     •  Key  Benefits     –  Understand  how  the  brain  learns   –  Implement  a  brain  friendly  learning  programs   Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • is  by   MAKING CONNECTIONS  
  • A  newspaper  is  beXer  than  a  magazine.  A  seashore   is  a  beXer  place  than  the  street.  At  first  it  is  beXer   to  run  than  to  walk.  You  may  have  to  try  several   &mes.  It  takes  some  skill,  but  it  is  easy  to  learn.   Even  young  children  can  enjoy  it.  Once  successful,   complica&ons  are  minimal.  Birds  seldom  get  too   close.  Rain,  however,  soaks  in  very  fast.  Too  many   people  doing  the  same  thing  can  also  cause   problems.  One  needs  lots  of  room.  If  there  are  no   complica&ons,  it  can  be  very  peaceful.  A  rock  will   serve  as  an  anchor.  If  things  break  lose  from  it,   however,  you  will  not  get  a  second  chance.       Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved   From:  On  Being  Certain  by  Dr.  Robert  Burton  
  • Flag   Green   Pakistan   Food   BBQ   Friends   Cricket   Eid   Ball   Afridi  
  • MEMORY   SHORT  TERM    MEMORY   Working  Memory      LONG  TERM  MEMORY   DECLARATIVE  MEMORY   (consciously processes facts and events)   PROCEDURAL  MEMORY   (Unconscious processing of skills; motor (riding a bike) and cognitive (reading))   EPISODIC  MEMORY   (Knowledge of events in personal history to which we have conscious access; No control) SEMANTIC  MEMORY   (store intentionally learned information Generally complete control)
  • Learning How our brain acquires new information and skills. Encoding   Memory How and where our brain stores learned information and skills. Process where-by long-term memory preserves a learning in a way that it can retrieve it accurately. Embedding   Retrieval  
  • Learning  Schema   1.  Neuroplas&city   2.  Learning  =  New  Connec&ons   3.  AGES  Model   4.  Concept  Centers   5.  6  Principles  of  Brain-­‐friendly  Learning     •  Key  Benefits     –  Understand  how  the  brain  learns   –  Implement  a  brain  friendly  learning  programs   Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • AGES  Model   Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • Prefrontal  Cortex  (PFC)  
  • Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • AXen&on   •  Divided  aXen&on   (even  a  &ny  bit)   significantly  reduces   hippocampus   ac&va&on  during   embedding   Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • GeneraEon   •  What  you  do  with  informa&on  once   you  pay  aXen&on  has  a  powerful   impact  on  memory   Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • Emo&ons   1.  Grab  your  aXen&on   2.  Consolida&on  of   memory  enhanced   through  amygdala   3.  Strong  emo&ons  can   reduce  percep&on  and   cogni&on   4.  A  liXle  arousal  is  good,   prolonged  is  not.   Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • Spacing   •  Spacing  learning  sessions  across   &me  leads  to  longer  reten&on   than  cramming   Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • Learning  Schema   1.  Neuroplas&city   2.  Learning  =  New  Connec&ons   3.  AGES  Model   4.  Concept  Centers   5.  6  Principles  of  Brain-­‐friendly  Learning     •  Key  Benefits     –  Understand  how  the  brain  learns   –  Implement  a  brain  friendly  learning  programs   Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • Concept  Centers   General  Instruc&ons   •  Stay  with  your  center  group  –  work   collabora&vely  to  get  the  tasks  done.   •  Rotate  centers  in  order:  1,  2,  3.   •  7  minutes  at  each  center.   •  Signal  to  clean  up  and  rotate.   Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • Concept  Centers   Discussion   1.  What  did  you  learn  or  relearn  about  the   brain  and  human  learning  at  the  centers?   2.  What  were  your  observa&ons  about  the   process  used  to  learn  this  content?   3.  How  might  you  apply  the  content  or   process  to  your  own  instruc&on?   Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • Learning  Schema   1.  Neuroplas&city   2.  Learning  =  New  Connec&ons   3.  AGES  Model   4.  Concept  Centers   5.  6  Principles  of  Brain-­‐friendly  Learning     •  Key  Benefits     –  Understand  how  the  brain  learns   –  Implement  a  brain  friendly  learning  programs   Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • Copyright  NarejoHR  (Pvt.)  Ltd.  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • Six  Principles   1.  2.  3.  4.  5.  6.  movement trumps sitting talking trumps listening images trump words writing trumps reading   shorter trumps longer different trumps   same
  • Stand  and  find  one  or  two  friends  to   walk  with.  Walk  around  the  perimeter   of  the  room  and  talk  about  how  you   plan  to  use  what  you  have  learned.   When  you  get  back  to  where  you   began,  thank  your  walkabout  group.   Time:  about  three  minutes.  
  • Brain  Science  Books   •  Cross,  Jay.  (2007).  Informal  Learning.  San  Francisco,  CA:  Pfeiffer  Co.  Definitely  a   paradigm-­‐shihing  kind  of  book,  and  a  must-­‐read.  Highly  recommended.   •  Jensen,  Eric.  (2000).  Brain-­‐Based  Learning.  Thousand  Oaks,  CA:  Corwin  Press.   Reader-­‐friendly  and  filled  with  prac&cal  ways  of  applying  the  research  to  classroom   instruc&on.  Recommended.   •  Medina,  John.  (2008).  Brain  Rules.  SeaXle,  WA:  Pear  Press.  The  best  of  the  best.   What  else  can  I  say?  Highly  recommended.  Buy  it!   •  Meier,  David.  (2000).  The  Accelerated  Learning  Handbook.  New  York,  NY:  McGraw-­‐ Hill.  The  most  comprehensive  book  ever  wriXen  about  Accelerated  Learning,   authored  by  the  director  of  the  Center  for  Accelerated  Learning.  Highly   recommended.   •  Sousa,  David.  (2006).  How  The  Brain  Learns.  Thousand  Oaks,  CA:  Corwin  Press.  A   reader-­‐friendly  brain  primer,  covering  most  of  the  important  neuroscien&fic   research  of  the  past  decade.  Recommended.   •  Stolovich,  Harold;  Keeps,  Erica.  (2002).  Telling  Ain't  Training.  Alexandria,  VA:   American  Society  for  Training  &  Development  (ASTD).  Explains  brain  science  in   easy-­‐to-­‐digest  bites,  with  lots  of  reader  interac&on  to  spice  it  up.  Recommended.   •  Wolfe,  Patricia.  (2001).  Brain  MaXers.  Alexandria,  VA:  Associa&on  for  Supervision   and  Curriculum  Development  (ASCD).  Another  excellent  resource  combining   neuroscience  with  prac&cal  classroom  applica&on.  Highly  recommended.  
  • Thank you! Rahila Narejo, Lead Consultant Email: info@narejohr.com Office: +92 21-3530-1060/61