Here are two great quotes by Judy Willis, M.D.,
M.Ed. from her book
BRAIN Research Compatible
Review again beyond a single perfect response - so the neural network fires correctly more than once. The more it fires, the more
dendrites sprout, connect, and myelinate. The easier it is to access and
remember long-term and the less susceptible the memory is to pruning.
Avoid Attention Divided: trying to listen and take notes can interfere with getting the big picture
and making the connections that become memories. One brain activity
at a time. If students need to take notes, stop and let them take notes.
During the stop time you can answer questions.
When we think of mobile phones in the classroom, it tends to be a forbidden subject as teachers found them as a distraction against education. Parents and teachers would do anything to prevent the use of smartphones in the classroom. Now we’re seeing a different outlook on the benefits of mobile phones in the classroom. In particular, mobile app development is shedding a light on how mobile phones can actually be the key to educational…See More