Course DescriptionIn the past few decades, neuroscientists have made amazing discoveries about the neural substrates governing the human brain. In this course, you will learn how to
translate these new findings into practices and processes that are meaningful in your classroom. Children with ACEs, technology multitasking, and high stress will struggle to show any learning outcomes from a typical classroom setting. What does a stressed brain look like in your class? Simply put, a stressed brain can not learn. In this course, you will also be introduced to meaningful neural connections, neurotransmitters, and working memory — critical parts of the brain that impact learning. You will learn the neuroscience behind how the brain works, how children learn through a research-based neuroscience model that creates a safe environment for students to find voice and agency in their own learning.
By the end of this Course participants will Know How to:
- Improve educational outcomes for all students
- Empower individual students to access their own potential
- Get inspired to ignite your teaching with research-based brain science
- Use methodologies which manage the classroom by managing the brain