Think big, start small : how to differentiate instruction in a brain-friendly classroom
Source:Solution Tree Press, Bloomington, IN, p.156 (2012)
Call Number:Cubb LB1031 .G748 2012
Keywords:brain, Classroom environment, Cognitive styles in children, Individualized instruction, learning, Mixed ability grouping in education, Psychology of
Contents: Using educational neuroscience to differentiate instruction -- Creating a brain-compatible environment -- Engaging, exciting, and energizing the learner -- Exploring the learning -- Extending and expanding learning for every student -- Evaluating the learning -- Think big, start small.