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Nov 24

MBE in the Classroom

 

Mind, Brain, Education science

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“I’ve come to the freighting conclusion that I am the decisive element in the classroom. It’s my daily mood that makes the weather.”

Israeli educator, Haim Ginott

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Below are selected slides from Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa presentation at the Learning & Brain conference November 2010.

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TTETitle Page

TTECredits

TTeObjectives

TTEPremise

TTEInBrief

TTEVennDiagram



TTESciencist


TTE2Books

TTE6Fischer


TTE7BlakemoreFrith

Assumption

Good Teaching

Anatomy Teenage brain

Quiz

Unique 1


Unique 1

Students' brains

Unique 3

Equal 1

Equal 2

Past Information

Past knowledge


 



Emotions 1

Emotions 2


Emotions 3

Face Voices 1

Face Voices 2

Critical 1

Critical period 2


Critical periods 3

Critical period 4

Sleep 1

Sleep 2

Sleep 3

Stress 1

Stress 2

Stress 3

Kids Have Stress

Stress hand

Stress U Shape

Stress image 1

Stress Image 2

RLB1

RLB2

RLB3

Exp1

Exp2

Plastic1

Plastice2


Plastic4





Myth Neurogenesis

Neurogenesis


Neurogenesis A


Plasticity B

Plasticity C

Plasticity

GenderDiff1

GenderDiff2


TTEAML1

Probably So

Memory

Brain Changes

Brain Changes A


Intelligent Speculation

Neuromyth

Memory Types

Requirements

Strategies

Rretention

Retention varies

Retention Method



Attention

Clock Attention span

In Practice

Primacy

In Practice B

In Practice C




The Law of 10

Guide 1

Best practice

In Practice 2

Professional1



 




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