Creating K.I.D.S. Classrooms

Synopsis

Kinesthetic Instructional Differentiation Strategies

Cognitive neuroscience has given educators insight into how the brain learns best. But how does the neuroscience translate into classroom practice? This energetic, interactive presentation outlines how to deliver brain compatible lessons, facilitate classroom activity and engage the reluctant learner using proven Action Based Learning programs, products, strategies and techniques.

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Objectives

  1. The professionals will gain insight into how action based learning reinforces cognition based on the brain research that supports the link of movement to learning.
  2. The professionals will gain a basic understanding of how students learn, based on recent brain research findings.
  3. The professional will be instructed how to deliver brain compatible lessons, facilitate classroom activity and engage the reluctant learner using proven Action Based Learning programs, strategies and techniques.