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While you don’t have to be a scientist to understand brain-compatible teaching, you’ll be far more effective when you base teaching practices on the very best scientific information. This thorough and in-depth resource, written by a renowned educator, delivers all the essential information you need, including
How the brain encodes, manipulates, and stores information
Why meaning is essential for attention
How emotion can enhance or impede learning
Why different types of rehearsal are necessary for different types of learning
Read classroom-proven examples of simulations, projects, and problems that make curriculum more meaningful. Explore ways to use the visual and auditory senses to enhance learning in all grades and subjects. And add to your repertoire of brain-compatible practices.