What Brain-Based Techniques Can I Use to Engage Students During Class?

What Brain-Based Techniques Can I Use to Engage Students During Class?

This program demonstrates several techniques to engage student brains in learning. All can be incorporated into either a traditional 50-minute or a longer class period. Since each student’s brain is unique and may learn in different ways, the presenters offer specific techniques that help vary the learning experience during a typical classroom timeframe. This includes patterning activities, organization and cueing, and creating the emotional impact of the lesson.

Purchase the What Brain-Based Techniques Can I Use to Engage Students During Class? 20-Minute Mentor program, presented by Tom Saleska, PhD and Sarah Lovern, PhD. In this 20-minute session, learn how to make your classroom experience a little more brain-friendly, and thus, effective.

LEARNING GOALS

After this program, participants will be able to:

  • Learn what patterning is and what patterning activities you can use in your classroom
  • What are classroom analogies and how can you use them in your class
  • How to direct patterning in your students
  • Learn how to maximize student brainpower to improve student success

TOPICS COVERED

  • Techniques for initiating brain change during class
  • Student engagement during class
  • Setting expectations that improve student learning
  • Brain patterning

AUDIENCE

This program will benefit:

  • Professors
  • Associate Professors
  • Assistant Professors
  • Adjunct Professors
  • Instructors
  • Teaching Professors
  • Transfer Professors

Product Code: PM18FB

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Group License
$199
All-Title Library
$2,497
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