Presentation on theme: "Meeting the Needs of the Individual Learner: Brain-Based Learning (Day 1) 2014-2015 Archdiocese of Dubuque Educators."— Presentation transcript:
Meeting the Needs of the Individual Learner: Brain-Based Learning (Day 1) Archdiocese of Dubuque Educators
Who What Where When
It’s time for a quiz! Google Image Source:
? ???? Sampling… ? Individual Score
Class Score Sampling… ? ??? ??
How might you use the strategy of sampling in your classroom during the coming year? Sampling…
The Structure of Knowledge Generalizations Survival Learning Behavior Teach for Undstng Key information Brain Structures & Functions Information Processing in the brain Instructional Practices Elements of Human Motivation ? ? ? ? ? ?
The Brain in the News
What does it take to engage you as a learner? Under what conditions do you find yourself motivated to learn?
Is motivation for learning something that is innate, or must it be learned? Is there physiological evidence of an innate desire to learn?
If humans are “born” learners, what external factors come into play that enhance or hinder that innate desire to learn?
How does the use of rewards and punishments affect a student’s level of motivation for a task? Is it accurate to say that some students are motivated to learn and others are not?
Is it possible for a student to be motivated all of the time, regardless of circumstances… or to be unmotivated all of the time, regardless of circumstances?
What can we do to maintain students’ enthusiasm for learning throughout their school careers… and throughout their entire lives?
The Burning Questions about Motivation Before: KK= I know I know TK= I think I know DK= I know I don’t know
Chance for Success Level of Concern Intrinsic Motivation Content Collaboration Choice Knowledge of Results Each One… Teach One…
1.Read individually 2.With your “expert group”, discuss, clarify, paraphrase… 3. Determine answers to two items on the white CLICCCK sheet 4. Meet with another person- “Each One, Teach One” Each One… Teach One… /