$20.00

Presenter: Bob Iseminger, Pieces of Learning
T-TESS Domain: Planning 1.1, Planning 1.4, Instruction 2.1, Instruction 2.2, Instruction 2.4
Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary
Hours: 1

The mind is a powerful tool, and our brains are wired to learn in numerous ways. Understanding how the brain functions can help make us better teachers and inspire creativity in the learning process. Learn more about the power of the brain and how it supports learning.

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Within every class, some students may be visual learners while others may process information better verbally. Brains are wired to learn in many ways, and by better understanding the brain, teachers can find ways to integrate diverse approaches to learning to further inspire critical thinking. Bob Iseminger provides an overview of learning types in this course, How the Brain Supports Learning.

This course covers:

  • The 11 learning types supported by the brain
  • The 5 memory systems of the brain

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14 reviews for Building Critical Thinking Skills and Infusing Creativity and Creative Thinking Skills into the Classroom – How the Brain Supports Learning

  1. Kyle – BELTON ISD (verified owner)

    Understanding how the brain works is very interesting to me, and this course related that to the different ways students learn in a unique way.

  2. Claudia – UNITED ISD (verified owner)

    no comment

  3. Margaret – FLOUR BLUFF ISD (verified owner)

    I liked this, but having the handouts would have been nice.

  4. Becky – SOUTHWEST ISD (verified owner)

    This course taught me the best leaner mode for the brain which are episodic and procedural .

  5. Cash – MANSFIELD ISD (verified owner)

    Awesome way to learn new ideas on GT creativity

  6. Leah – MANSFIELD ISD (verified owner)

    It was interesting

  7. Brandais – MANSFIELD ISD (verified owner)

    I liked how the presenter explained that just because we teach the content does not necessarily mean that
    the students know how to put it into place with critical thinking. Through higher level questions and relating
    learned objectives to real world experiences, we allow our students to go through needed critical thinking skills to
    apply the knowledge they have mastered.

  8. Catherine – DELAWARE CITY (verified owner)

    Very helpful in combining lessons using the various types.

  9. MANUELA – GOOSE CREEK CISD (verified owner)

    Very interesting.

  10. Diane – The Galloway School (verified owner)

    I thought it was interesting that he was talking about how to make instruction more brain compatible, but he really taught in the semantic style.

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