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  • 1. Just a Sampler! To help you decide if any of the other downloadable presentations are for you, here are sample slides. They give you a feel for the quality and the clean, research-based approach. Your time is valuable and these can save you priceless preparation time. Plus, they help you visualize how you can easily customize (in minutes) and create your own quality presentation that gets rave reviews!
  • 2. NOTE… As you might have guessed, these are single slide samples are not supposed to be a complete presentation. They’re plucked from the actual presentation, in random order. They are intended to merely give you a sample of the range, scope and value of the presentations you can download on this site.
  • 3. Secrets of the Adolescent Brain NEXT: Single Sample Slide The variety of the actual presentation is much greater. It will include graphs, pictures, quotes, brain scans, and classroom-proven strategies.
  • 4. Brain Changes Slow Teen’s Reaction Time
  • 5. How Teaching Changes the Brain NEXT: Single Sample Slide The variety of the actual presentation is much greater. It will include graphs, pictures, quotes, brain scans, and classroom-proven strategies.
  • 6. Evidence that Teaching Changes the Brain Pre (left) and Post (right, 12 wks. later) Aylward, et al. (2003).  Instructional treatment associated with changes in brain activation in children with dyslexia.  Neurology 61, 212-219.   
  • 7. Arts with the Brain in Mind NEXT: Single Sample Slide The variety of the actual presentation is much greater. It will include graphs, pictures, quotes, brain scans, and classroom-proven strategies.
  • 8. Exposure to Sounds Causes Re-mapping of Auditory Cortex Musical arts enhances attentional areas of the brain Kilgard, M and Merzenich, M. (1998) Cortical Map Reorganization Enabled by Nucleus Basalis Activity. . Science. Vol. 279, pgs. 1714-1718, Mar 13.
  • 9. Teaching with the Brain in Mind NEXT: Single Sample Slide The variety of the actual presentation is much greater. It will include graphs, pictures, quotes, brain scans, and classroom-proven strategies.
  • 10. Gray Matter Changes in the Developing Brain Sowell ER, Thompson PM, Leonard CM, Welcome SE, Kan E, Toga AW(2004) Longitudinal mapping of cortical thickness and brain growth in normal children. J Neurosci. Sep 22;24(38):8223-31.
  • 11. 7 Discoveries from Brain Research (that may revolutionize education) NEXT: Single Sample Slide The variety of the actual presentation is much greater. It will include graphs, pictures, quotes, brain scans, and classroom-proven strategies.
  • 12. Nutrition Can Support Better Cognition and Behavior
    • Lean proteins
    • Vitamin/Mineral supplements
    • Complex carbohydrates
    • Nibbling diets (manage glucose)
    • Decrease simple sugars
    • Colorful fruits/vegetables
    • Increase plant fats
    • Omega 3 oils
    • Decrease animal fats
    • Avoid high fructose corn syrup
    Source: Braverman, E. (2005)
  • 13. NEXT: Single Sample Slide The variety of the actual presentation is much greater. It will include graphs, pictures, quotes, brain scans, and classroom-proven strategies. Tools for Engagement
  • 14. Why Manage Emotional States? • Negative states and disengagement contribute to lower cognitive performance (Matthews et al. 2002) • Positive states improves performance on many cognitive tasks (Ashby, et al. 1999) • Young children's feelings about school improve and students felt more competent when engaged (Valeski & Stipek 2001) • A wide body of evidence suggests that when students feel good about the teacher and learning, achievement rises.
  • 15. The Case for Physical Education at Your School NEXT: Single Sample Slide The variety of the actual presentation is much greater. It will include graphs, pictures, quotes, brain scans, and classroom-proven strategies.
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  • 17. Enriching the Brains of Poverty NEXT: Single Sample Slide . The variety of the actual presentation is much greater. It will include graphs, pictures, quotes, brain scans, and classroom-proven strategies.
  • 18. Before We Begin… What’s your personal experience of poverty?
  • 19. 7 Highly Effective Strategies for Learning NEXT: Single Sample Slide The variety of the actual presentation is much greater. It will include graphs, pictures, quotes, brain scans, and classroom-proven strategies.
  • 20. Learner Feedback
    • Feedback is the Breakfast of Champions to the Brain!
    • Frequent (30 min. or less)
    • Both positive and negative
    • Task (not person) driven
    • Local negative is most effective (“Put the AB function on the left, not right side.”)
    • Global negative feedback was least effective (“You’re not trying.”)
    • Positive feedback fell in the middle; pep talks are helpful.
    • Task feedback is most effective, not personal
    • (Peeck et al.1985 (Huang 2000) (Peeters & Czapinski (1990)
  • 21. Different Brains, Different Learners NEXT: Single Sample Slide The variety of the actual presentation is much greater. It will include graphs, pictures, quotes, brain scans, and classroom-proven strategies.
  • 22. How is the Student with an “Oppositional Brain” Different?
    • Multiple differences lead to verbal impulsivity and “stuck states” where a student will change, but slowly, and on HIS timetable, not yours.
    Evans DW, Lewis MD, Iobst E. (2004), and Amen, D. 1997. O
  • 23. Keep in Mind…
    • Just as you would expect any other presenter of a session that you were in to know their subject area, your audience will expect the same of you. These slides are not meant to be read aloud by you. Nor are they meant to “explain everything” to your audience. They are a summary of the content. Please ensure you feel confident in your own learning. The books used for these presentations are at:
    • http://www.jensenlearning.com/store/books.asp
  • 24. Thank You We appreciate you taking the time to click through these slides. Remember, each individual slide is not representative of the entire presentation for that topic. Instead, the aggregate of all of these gives you a feel for clean look and research basis. www.jensenlearning.com/products

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