6th - 12th Grade
Myths and mental makeovers for secondary school lessons, will help you replace mental myths with tools for higher motivation and achievement.
Secondary and higher education brain-friendly learning communities can exchange myths for new realities with easy-to-use tools.
For example, it’s commonly held that it’s best to learn a thing before you teach it to others. We now know differently thanks for neuro discoveries, however. Teach others at the time you learn and you will retain far more.
10 such myths tend to limit your students’ brainpower and these mental makeovers listed will help to improve learning as they show brain facts that challenge secondary school myths.
Further instances to exchange myths for realities that improve students’ success:
1 Retain far more by creating a book for a younger reader on your lesson topic. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Create-a-Book-for-Younger-Reader
All materials here involve proven student –lead learning tasks that rewire the brain for higher motivation and achievement:
Dr. Ellen Weber is a brain based curriculum developer – who designs lesson materials from a unique perspective that supports new neuro discoveries for teens and adults.
See her popular books and lesson materials for aha moments based on new neuro discoveries