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are these principles in accordance with brain based teaching and learning
Weegy: Brain-based LearningDefinition This learning theory is based on the structure and function of the brain. [ As long as the brain is not prohibited from fulfilling its normal processes, learning will occur. Discussion People often say that everyone can learn. Yet the reality is that everyone does learn. Every person is bornwith a brain that functions as an immensely powerful processor. Traditional schooling, however, often inhibitslearning by discouraging, ignoring, or punishing the brain's natural learning processes.The core principles of brain-based learning state that:1.The brain is a parallel processor, meaning it can perform several activities at once, liketasting and smelling.2.Learning engages the whole physiology.3.The search for meaning is innate.4.The search for meaning comes through patterning.5.Emotions are critical to patterning.6.The brain processes wholes and parts simultaneously.7.Learning involves both focused attention and peripheral perception.8.Learning involves both conscious and unconscious processes.9.We have two types of memory: spatial and rote.10.We understand best when facts are embedded in natural, spatial memory.11.Learning is enhanced by challenge and inhibited by threat.12.Each brain is unique. l ] (More)
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are these principles in accordance with brain based teaching and learning
Weegy: Brain-based LearningDefinition This learning theory is based on the structure and function of the brain. [ As long as the brain is not prohibited from fulfilling its normal processes, learning will occur. Discussion People often say that everyone can learn. Yet the reality is that everyone does learn. Every person is bornwith a brain that functions as an immensely powerful processor. Traditional schooling, however, often inhibitslearning by discouraging, ignoring, or punishing the brain's natural learning processes.The core principles of brain-based learning state that:1.The brain is a parallel processor, meaning it can perform several activities at once, liketasting and smelling.2.Learning engages the whole physiology.3.The search for meaning is innate.4.The search for meaning comes through patterning.5.Emotions are critical to patterning.6.The brain processes wholes and parts simultaneously.7.Learning involves both focused attention and peripheral perception.8.Learning involves both conscious and unconscious processes.9.We have two types of memory: spatial and rote.10.We understand best when facts are embedded in natural, spatial memory.11.Learning is enhanced by challenge and inhibited by threat.12.Each brain is unique. ] (More)
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a non threatening atmosphere enhances learning
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The statement "a non threatening atmosphere enhances learning " is true . An environment is non-threatening when students feel comfortable sharing their thoughts, ideas, and dreams with the teacher and also with other students.
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good teaching goes beyond recall of information.
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describe how the teacher began his/her lesson. why do you think did she/he do that?
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Usually teacher began his/her lesson with personal questions, like: “How are you ” or “Is it a hard day for you today ” or “Did you do anything interesting yesterday / at the weekend ” or Start telling them own reflections on a recent event, [ which might interest them, like: “Imagine, what happened to me at the weekend / yesterday …” or “Have you heard that …? This generates some speaking, evokes interest and gives the lesson a dynamic start. [smile]
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