Nine Principles of Brain-Based
Teaching and Learning
“The brain is not designed for instruction.” If this statement is true, then what IS the brain designed for? To answer that question, this highly interactive session will explore nine principles of brain-based teaching and learning, along with specific implications for training and trainers. Based on the research of Renate and Geoffrey Caine (Making Connections: Teaching and the Human Brain), the presentation will include an array of active learning applications, and will model brain-based modalities that promote participant learning, engagement, and, ultimately retention.
This session will cover nine brain-based learning principles and implications for teaching and learning:
- The brain is a parallel processor.
- Learning engages the entire physiology.
- Search for meaning is innate and occurs through patterning.
- Emotions are critical to patterning.
- The brain simultaneously perceives and creates both parts and wholes.
- Learning involves both attention and perception.
- Retention is best with context memory.
- Learning is enhanced by challenge, inhibited by threat.
- Each brain is unique.
Click on the Link below to Register or RSVP.
Registration ends at Midnight, Monday May 13th
You can pay by credit card or choose to pay at the door. We can only accept credit cards online.Lunch is from Jason's Deli When you register please choose the type of Lunch that you would like to have from our menu listing. If you are planning not to have lunch please choose that option. Thanks!
Local ASTD Member: $15 with lunch, $10 without lunch, GUESTS or Non Local ASTD Member: $20 (with or without lunch), Student with ID Non Local ASTD Member: $10 (with or without lunch), Student with ID Local ASTD Member: $5 (with or without lunch)
Ice Cold Water will be provided for everyone.