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by Eric Jensen

eBook Teaching With the Brain in Mind ePub
Author: Eric Jensen
Language: English
ISBN: 1416602658
ISBN13: 978-1416602651
Publisher: Assn for Supervision & Curriculum (October 30, 2005)
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 859
Formats: lit txt lrf rtf
ePub file: 1882 kb
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Eric Jensen is a former teacher and the author of more than two dozen books on learning and the brain.

Eric Jensen is a former teacher and the author of more than two dozen books on learning and the brain. The basic message of Jensen's book is that we have a much greater ability to affect the learning of students than we realize.

Eric Jensen is an internationally recognized educator known for his translation of neuroscience into practical classroom .

Eric Jensen is an internationally recognized educator known for his translation of neuroscience into practical classroom applications. A former teacher, he is the author of over twenty books, including the widely acclaimed Teaching with the Brain in Mind. He is a longtime member of the Society for Neuroscience and the New York Academy of Sciences. Jensen is currently a staff developer and is completing his P. Библиографические данные. Teaching with the Brain in Mind. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1998.

The role of emotions in the thinking and learning process. Why use the more emotionally laced learning. Emotions vs. feelings differences. Specific strategies for emotional engagement - Movement and Learning. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Eric Jensen's books are mostly terrific, though I would love some more detail in the implementation aspect

Eric Jensen's books are mostly terrific, though I would love some more detail in the implementation aspect. As a neurophysiologist, I know the brain stuff, what I'm looking for is how to put the whole thing in action. I just finished reading "Teaching with the Brain in Mind" and I give it a solid 4/5. Leans heavily on cognitive science-based principles that both confirm what I know about learning and give some surprising insights (temperature matters more than we think). Also practical tips for non-teachers that want to encode new information better and retrieve it more efficiently and accurately.

Meet your amazing brain - Basic brain anatomy. How the brain changes over time. Developing social and emotional skills. The importance of nutrition. The dynamic teenage brain - Rules we learn by - Increasing student engagement. Cooperation and competition in the brain. How the brain learns - Preparing the brain for school - What to do to get a child's brain ready for school. Sensitive periods in brain development. Variations on repetition. The importance of prior knowledge and mental models. Taking advantage of the body's natural rhythms.

Eric Jensen, author, 31 Brain-Based Books incl. Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind and Poor Students Rich Teaching.

Teaching with the brain in mind. com User, February 8, 2008. com User, March 1, 2006. Fabulous book! I am a teacher and am recommending it to every teacher I know. I think it's a great book for every parent to read!

Hamrl
Very informative and provides a thorough understanding of how the processes taking place in the brain affect all aspects of the way in which people learn. The brain is constantly changing and evolving, influencing our moods, thoughts, and actions. Jensen covers all of the various stages of brain development from conception through the teen years. He demonstrates how parents can create optimal conditions for their children's brains by creating secure emotional attachments with them, providing them with good nutrition, teaching them proper social skills and emotional regulation, and replacing television with exploratory games and play. This book offers many practical suggestions that teachers can incorporate into their classrooms to enhance the learning experience of their students. The suggestions take into consideration the way that emotional states, the physical environment, physical exercise, hormones, social interaction, stress, maturation, different types of memory, motivation, and existing mental models all influence learning the learning process. I definitely recommend this book for anyone who is interested brain-based learning.
Whitegrove
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"Teaching with the Brain in Mind" is an excellent beginner's book for those interested in brain-based learning. Jensen offers an easily understandable look at the parts of the brain and the way that people learn.

What might have been an intimidating topic has benefitted from being designed a graphic designer who knows how to use space, font, and page size to advantage. The layout includes plenty of white space and visual cues. The headers are large and clear and the font is a nice size. The black and white diagrams and sketches are both useful and appropriate.

This book is a good introduction to the brain for laymen, Psy and ED 101 students.

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Kim Burdick
Stanton, Delaware
DART-SKRIMER
This book was great! Before you got to the hands-on techniques (which I will use with strategic abandon this year in my high school math classroom), you get a thorough, scientific explanation of the most recent brain research. It was well worth reading this research at an in-depth level before I got to the techniques. There are quotes I pulled out from all sections of this book, not just for me to read on a weekly basis while lesson planning, but to post around the classroom to educate and motivate the kids.

I now have scientific reasons to give any confrontational folk for building activity-rich, humor-filled adaptations of statistics and consumer math. It is a must-read, especially for science teachers who are frustrated with unfocused student behavior in the classroom, and non-completion of assignments (school or home). It's an attitude adjustment, but hard planning work in unfamiliar territory will pay off!!
Fenrikree
Eric Jensen is a former teacher and the author of more than two dozen books on learning and the brain. His Teaching with the Brain in Mind was published 13 years ago, but this second edition was revised and updated six years ago. The book is approximately 160 pages not including the glossary, references, and index. It consists of 12 chapters that provide a basic introduction to the anatomy of the brain and how to apply brain research in the classroom.

The basic message of Jensen's book is that we have a much greater ability to affect the learning of students than we realize. Some of the many topics covered in his book include how to prepare children for school, how to motivate students to participate, how to influence emotional states, how to design smarter schools, and how to enhance memory and critical thinking skills.

Teaching with the Brain in Mind was one of four books I was assigned for an Understanding the Learner class that I am taking through Columbia International University. I would not have chosen to read this book had it not been required reading, however, reading the book has definitely made me reflect on how I have instructed students and perhaps what I should have done differently. Today I would attempt to find ways to bring more kinesthetics and music into the classroom. I would also do a better job of inviting guest speakers and challenging the students to learn about and further serve the local community. I will need to promote these kinds of activities amongst the teachers I work with.

My final analysis: I think few would call Jensen's book a gripping read, but it is clear and will provide you some practical insights.
Dont_Wory
Very good book and what really tied some of the philosophies from this book together was hearing Eric Jensen speak and how he uses what he puts in his book to practice doing his presentation. This is for any educators or administrators that want to be on the cutting-edge of assisting your students, class, school and or district to better overall performance in the academic, and social arenas.
Saimath
Really loved this book. A great read for educators or anyone looking to gain a better understanding of how the brain develops in the context of learning.
Cheber
I bought this book because I am a music education major completing edTPA. This book is so helpful with relevant research I could cite for edTPA. It's easy to read and includes wonderful examples and diagrams.
Great book on learning how to learn and understand the way you can take in new information and apply. The more you read the more regret you feel for not learning this way while you were still in high school or college. Bottom line, if you apply the knowledge you learn in this book you can learn new things in a quarter of the time it would take you to learning the "traditional" way. Awesome book.
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