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Lovran what a brain has got to do with teaching.session one

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Lovran what a brain has got to do with teaching.session one

  1. 1. ? ? ?
  2. 2. What a brain has got to do with teaching and learning ? Neuroeducation Strong minds discuss ideas Average discuss events Weak discuss people Socrates
  3. 3. Part ONE : Neurolinguistics & Coaching Stages of Learning How a brain works Part TWO : Your head is like a theatre Thinking proces Brain Energy saving Part THREE : Motivation Coaching style Asking questions Competitive Advantage Books Part FOUR : Chinese Tones Lesson in basics / 3 skills Learning styles
  4. 4. PART ONE : Coaching @ Neurolinguistics - Kocsi = carriage : 1830 Oxford Univeristy /slang for ``tutor`` / - Target + Development + Changes - Psychology + Ethics - Potential - - 19th C Paul Broce : aphasias = brain damage & lg processing - Neural mechanisms in a brain - Interdisciplinary science : neuroscience + linguistics + cognitive science + neurobiology + neuropsychology Mentoring ? Teaching ? Training ?
  5. 5. Neuroeducation - offers educators the best strategies for teaching and learning - - helps to collaborate with other professionals  - encourages teachers to find out how how your students think and learn.
  6. 6. LEARNING I do not know that I cannot UNCONSCIOUS INCOMPETENCE I know that I cannot CONSCIOUS INCOMPETENCE I know but I still make mistakes CONSCIOUS COMPETENCE I know and I can UNCONSCIOUS COMPETENCE
  7. 7. Neuron Firing
  8. 8. Neuron : basic unit of a nervous system
  9. 9. Female & Male
  10. 10. Where do you get info from about how your students learn ? What are your assumptions about your learners based on ? Is it possible to stop creating our own image about a person ?
  11. 11. What is a ``see & click`` thought ?
  12. 12. Imagine ....
  13. 13. PART TWO : Your head is like a theatre … understand your brain better …
  14. 14. PREFRONTAL CORTEX thinking + decisions Scene Actors Audience Director / limbic system/ PERFORMANCE = THINKING PROCESS Understanding Making decisions Recollecting Remembering Blocking LIGHT
  15. 15. How to keep the Energy ? 1. Task prioritisation / matrix exercise/ 2. Visualise + metaphors 3. Write down 4. Divide into blocks/multitasking 5. Delegate 6. KISS 7.Relax.The scene is small We focus on ONE element only.
  16. 16. Eisenhower matrix exercise
  17. 17. HOW come students stop concentrating ? Natural Electrical explosions Impulses Analyse Tell Sense of humour Emotions Limit stress /images
  18. 18. Stroop Effect
  19. 19. RAINBOW Brain : Reads faster than recognises colours : automatic reading Colour reading requires more attention / more maps to read colours /
  20. 20. LANGUAGE Kontejner za odjecu i obucu. Kontener na odziez i obuwie. Container for clothes & shoes.
  21. 21. http://www.edutopia.org/blog/neurosc ience-higher-ed-judy-willis
  22. 22. PART THREE
  23. 23. Intrinsic vs Extrinsic Pull vs Push Maslov
  24. 24. How ?  Give sense of control and responsibility  Define attainable objectives + be enthusiastic  Create threat – free environment  Change scenery + use their interests  Offer vared experiences  Use positive language + competition  Offer rewards and praise  Make things fun  Let them socialise + manage anxiety  Give feedback + encourage self – reflection  Provide opportunities for success
  25. 25. Coaching style Questions Pictures Facilitator Empathy
  26. 26. Moment A A A A ...
  27. 27. Coaching simple situations
  28. 28. A question is most powerful when neither the asker nor the responder knows the answer.
  29. 29. Model of Human Motivation
  30. 30. COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE Goal  Positive solutions & Language Dialogue  Interpersonal skills
  31. 31. PRACTISE REPEAT ONGOING GOALS REMEMBER EMOTIONS SUCCESS START AGAIN
  32. 32. `.
  33. 33. PART FOUR : Chinese
  34. 34. One sign = cluster of symbols
  35. 35. Tones
  36. 36. Writing
  37. 37. 1. Have you learnt anything ? Yes ? No ? Provide the reasons. 2. Which skill was the most difficult to learn ? 3. If you were to learn Chinese, how would need to learn successfuly ?
  38. 38. http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/2012/10/printables-from-a-to-z-from- homeschool-creations/
  39. 39. Thinking styles
  40. 40. http://www.slideshare.net/adelientan/physical-learning-style
  41. 41. Thank you for attention Dorota Galata – Młyniec galatamlyniec@gmail.com + 48 501 422 523

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