Twelve Brain Principles That Make the Difference by Brian Pete and Robin Fogarty is about how the brain learns best and all the things teachers can do to facilitate the learning part of the teaching scene. This book presents a unique organization of Renate and Geoffrey Caine's twelve brain principles. The twelve principles are arranged in four specific quadrants. Each quadrant speaks to a particular aspect of the high-achieving classroom and highlights how instructional decisions are governed by the twelve principles.About the Author
Through a meta-analysis of studies on instructional strategies Marzano Pickering and Pollock (2001) have identified nine families of strategies that significantly increase student achievement. The results of this meta-analysis point educator to a proven pedagogy with teacher-tested tried-and-true techniques that work to increase student achievement through cognitive and cooperative efforts. Nine Best Practices That Make the Difference presents research-based instructional ideas that encompass an essential repertoire for beginning and developing teachers as they become skilled professionals. The skills are organized in a framework for quality that includes observable skills in four instructional areas: Creating an Environment for Learning Teaching the Standards of Learning Structuring Interactions with Learning and Reflecting about the Learning.Features
- Title - Twelve Brain Principles That Make the Difference.
- Author - Brian M. Pete.
- Primary Author Affiliation - Robin Fogarty & Associates Ltd.
- Other Authors - Robin J. Fogarty.
- Pages - 112.
- Publication Date - 01-Jan-03.
- Binding - Paperback.
- Primary Subject Code - Brain-Friendly Teaching & Learning - CF2.
- Series Title - In A Nutshell Series.
- Series No - 985.
- Item Weight - 7 oz.
- Copyright Year - 20