Teaching with the Brain in Mind: brain-based learning strategies for adolescents

brain-based-learningWhat is Brain-Based Learning?

Brain-Based Education is the purposeful engagement of strategies that apply to how our brain works in the context of education.

Brain-based education is actually a “no-brainer.” Here’s a simple, but essential premise: the brain is intimately involved in, and connected with, everything educators and students do at school.  

~ Eric Jensen

Making Sense of Brain-Based Teaching Strategies

Dr-Kay-Uchiyama-150Dr. Kay Uchiyama, Regis University, College of Professional Studies will host a session on applying brain-based learning strategies in the classroom at the upcoming Colorado Schools to Watch Conference hosted by CAMLE (Colorado Association of Middle Level Education).  As a former middle school teacher and principal, Kay will weave weave research and best practices and make  this learning applicable to the middle level classroom.

Register Now for the CAMLE Annual School to Watch Conference!

Yes, you can integrate neuroscience research with practical, user-friendly classroom strategies, to support adolescents every day! Dr. Uchiyama’s session will provide you with the tools and information you need to create a high-performance learning environment.

Brain-based teaching is all about purposeful instruction that reaches a greater number of students. Come to this session and return to your classroom  with practical strategies to turn on the brain and deepen learning.

The year’s annual CAMLE Colorado Schools to Watch Conference brings over 40 sessions for middle level educators on Saturday, November 2.  The conference will be held in Commerce City, Colorado at Stuart Middle School.

Register Now for the CAMLE Annual School to Watch Conference!

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