Rebels with Applause: Brain-Compatible Approaches for Motivating Reluctant Learners with Grace Dearborn.
This lively, interactive workshop addresses the common issues that arise when working with under-motivated students who seem to have the hardest time paying attention and getting work done.
The training will give beginning and veteran teachers dozens of practical “brain- based” strategies that they can use to help get “rebel” students of varying abilities and learning styles involved and motivated, and help them retain more.
In this session participants will learn how to:
- Get and maintain the attention of all students.
- Break up direct instruction and increase retention of key information and concepts.
- Actively engage students regardless of special needs or language barriers. Increase participation in a diverse
- Differentiate instruction to support the learning of all students.
- Use current research in neuroscience to make strategic instructional decisions.
Univeristy of Maine at Farmington
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