Explore the mysteries of the human brain! Find out how discoveries in neuroscience provide insights into how students learn—and how to engage them in the classroom.
- These research-backed strategies have the capacity to help students learn and retain more information.884
- The benefits of movement in the classroom aren’t limited to younger students. Pairing new words and concepts with gestures or dance moves locks in understanding—and active brain breaks prime students to learn even more.13.6k
- When students pretend they’re at a fancy party making small talk, a simple brainstorm for writing ideas becomes more lively, more cooperative—and more effective.14.9k
- When students explore new words through movement, they understand them better, retain them longer, and feel more empowered to use them.14.3k
There has been an error with the video.The science is clear: Drawing beats out reading and writing to help students remember concepts.66.9k
- With a solid understanding of how people process information, teachers can use evidence-based strategies to guide student learning.7.4k
- Students are still learning, even during brief breaks, which serve to help them decompress, refocus, and process new information.2.5k