Brain Slides Intro

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These are the slides used for a presentation to a university class. I explain what Brain Rules are and how they apply to presentation design, especially in the classroom.
They are not prepared for Slideshare, hence, will not make much sense on their own.

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Brain Slides Intro

  1. 1. Brain Slides
  2. 2. Brain Rules
  3. 3. Brain Rules + Lecture Slides _______________
  4. 4. Brain Rules + Lecture Slides _______________
  5. 5. Brain Rules + Lecture Slides _______________ Brain Slides
  6. 6. Today’s Model:
  7. 7. Teachers lecture...
  8. 8. students listen...
  9. 9. ...& take notes.
  10. 10. BUT...
  11. 11. Why
  12. 12. This does not agree..
  13. 13. with this.
  14. 14. Vision
  15. 15. Vision Memory
  16. 16. Vision Memory Attention
  17. 17. Vision
  18. 18. Vision
  19. 19. 1 - 2 Vision
  20. 20. Vision
  21. 21. Vision
  22. 22. 10% Vision
  23. 23. 10% Vision
  24. 24. 10% 35% Vision
  25. 25. 10% 35% Vision
  26. 26. 10% 35% 65% Vision
  27. 27. Memory
  28. 28. Memory
  29. 29. Memory
  30. 30. Repeat! Memory
  31. 31. Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! !Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat!Repeat! Repeat!Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat!Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat!Repeat!Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! RepeatRepeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! !Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat!Repeat!Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! Repeat!Repeat! Repeat! Memory
  32. 32. Attention
  33. 33. Attention Span 0 10 20 30 40 50 Minutes
  34. 34. Attention Span 0 10 20 30 40 50 Minutes
  35. 35. IBM FBI IRSKGBYMCA
  36. 36. IBM FBI IRSKGBYMCA
  37. 37. Vision
  38. 38. Vision Memory
  39. 39. Vision Memory Attention
  40. 40. Rule 1: Exercise
  41. 41. Rule 7: Sleep
  42. 42. Rule 8: Stress
  43. 43. Rule 12: Exploration
  44. 44. Marian Diamond
  45. 45. Take Notes
  46. 46. Design
  47. 47. less text
  48. 48. more images
  49. 49. Examples
  50. 50. How can positive relationships influence student learning?  Enhance effectiveness of role modeling.  Studentsare more willing to spend time with teachers who demonstrate kindness.  Students feel safe with teachers who they respect.  “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.”
  51. 51. How can positive relationships influence student learning?
  52. 52. What does the storyline in the book Secret of the Peaceable Warrior suggest about the power of positive relationships?
  53. 53. What does the storyline suggest about the power of positive relationships?
  54. 54. Question How did Christ respond to people when they need to be corrected?
  55. 55. DISCIPLINE vs. PUNISHMENT DISCIPLINE PUNISHMENT Train for correction and Stop behavior by inflicting  PURPOSE Maturity, leading to self discipline penalty or pain. Future correct deeds Past incorrect behavior, short  FOCUS in TIME term. Love & concern for individual’s Hostility & Frustration,  ATTITUDE of Success & happiness, Adult remains physical tension & stress ADULT Calm and relaxed. Adult feels avenged Positive self image, self-worth, Fear, guilt, stupidity, anger Value, & self confidence inferiority, hostility  EMOTIONS In CHILD Takes form of teaching Infliction of unpleasant or painful penalties  DEFINITION
  56. 56. Purpose  Train for correction and maturity, leading vs.  Stop behavior by inflicting penalty or pain to self discipline
  57. 57. Focus in Time  Future correct deeds vs.  Past incorrect behavior, short term
  58. 58. The Sampler
  59. 59. Student Questions
  60. 60. Forced Debate
  61. 61. Reaction Sheet

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