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A Photo Reflection of Fab 8 NeuroELT Conference

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This is my short reflection of the sessions I had attended at FAB 8 NeuroELT International Conference - one of the most thrilling conferences ever. It took place in the beautiful city of Kyoto, Japan on Sept 25-26.
I've gather loads of new knowledge and insights and with pure excitement, I am using so many of them in my classrooms now.

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A Photo Reflection of Fab 8 NeuroELT Conference

  1. 1. A REFLECTION OF THE SESSIONS I HAD ATTENDED! - UMES SHRESTHA, NEPAL
  2. 2. Learning is dynamic, it doesn’t just go straight up. It’s always up and down. - Robert Murphy
  3. 3. Meditation class with Marc Helgesen before the conference ! Great warm up for the brain.
  4. 4. Unconference Law of Two Feet - Graham Jones andTom Gorham
  5. 5. The brain is constantly predicting, and also simulating.That’s why our brains love stories. - Curtis Kelly
  6. 6. One of the highlights (innovations) of the FAB 8 Conference. Steve Jugovic, the Body Police, making us get off our butts.
  7. 7. Even when students look bored, they might be paying attention selectively to an aspect of the task. - Kevin Maher
  8. 8. Music is hardwired into homosapiens brain.We are all musical and we can use music to enhance learning. - Amanda Gillis-Furutaka
  9. 9. Book talk on John Hattie’s “Visible Learning for Teachers: Maximizing Impact on Learning” - Greg Rouault
  10. 10. Importance of role play in fostering positive learning beliefs in students - John Maune
  11. 11. Reading Martin Seligman’s book “Flourish”, we can all learn to be PERMAlicious. -Yu Noel
  12. 12. Reality check - educational games have become a failure. - Guy Cihi
  13. 13. How are you feeling?
 Super happy, energetic prodigiously productive! - Mohamed Ahmed
  14. 14. As a teacher,YOU are responsible for the ‘feeling’ in the classroom. -TraceyTokuhama-Espinosa
  15. 15. How a teacher didn’t give up on a student (Carlos) and years later the student thanked her. - Curtis Kelly
  16. 16. There are many pseudo-experts on neuro education and they’re trying to sell us “Baby Einstein”. - Lesley Ito
  17. 17. Neurons that fire together, wire together! 
 Think of a time when you were very very happy :) - Marc Helgesen
  18. 18. Our brains have one purpose: movement. So incorporate a lot of movement activities and emotions in your class. -Yoko Morimoto
  19. 19. 6 Brain Rules forTeachers.That was my own session. I learnt how to teach “present perfect tense” in a more 
 brain friendly way.
  20. 20. Don’t expect so low of the students that it eventually becomes a self fulfilling prophesy. -TraceyTokuhama-Espinosa
  21. 21. How do you judge your success in L2? Do you base it in terms of Mastery or in terms of Growth? - Joesph Shaules
  22. 22. FAB 8 2015, Kyoto, Japan was simply brilliant. Thank you everyone !

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