Simply 2nd Resources: Whole Brain Teaching.
I started using Whole Brain Teaching in 2015 and absolutely fell in love with it. Not only is Whole Brain Teaching fun for the students, but it also gets them using their entire brain in a variety of ways allowing them to find success in the classroom.
Before I started using Whole Brain Teaching strategies, I will be the first to admit, I counted down the days until school was over. I think I may have even posted a countdown on my white board for all to see. Now if that doesn't tell kids that it's time to shut off your brain, I don't know what does.
Whole Brain Teaching - a new, innovative way to teach. This blog documents how I use Whole Brain Teaching in my Grade 1 classroom.
Homework Sign Ups Scholastic Book Orders We use Whole Brain Teaching in our classroom. The video above is an example how we introduce Whole Brain teaching. This takes place in a middle school classroom, so it shows that this works with ALL AGES! :) It's truly engaging and works! Here are some of the strategies we use in our.
Whole Brain Teaching in all, is awesome and if you are looking for something to learn about this summer that will energize your classroom, Whole Brain Teaching is where it is at! I used many parts of the Whole Brain Teaching system in my classroom and the Super Improver Board is just one part of the system.
The results showed that Hermann Whole Brain Teaching Method was more successful than the conventional teaching method in fostering students' understanding of simple electric circuits. However, there was no significant differences attributed to gender or interaction between methods and gender on student' understanding of simple electric circuits.
My name is Krystal Long. I am currently a 4th grade teacher at Chris Yung Elementary in Virginia. With the help of Whole Brain Teaching, my classroom is my Teacher Heaven. My students are engaged, motivated and able to think critically about all subjects. I am a Air Force wife and a devoted mother of two. I have an 9th grade son and a 3rd grade daughter.