8 tips for using brain research in the classroom

01/31/2013 | T.H.E. Journal

This article offers eight suggestions for using neuroscience research to improve learning from a presentation given this week by educational consultant David Sousa at FETC 2013. Among his tips are using movement and music -- such as rap lyrics that explain how to find the perimeter of an octagon -- to help students remember concepts, and discouraging multi-tasking while doing schoolwork.

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