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20 Brain Compatible Instructional Strategies (copy) (copy)

Complete this activity based upon the information shared from the example reading Presentation: 20 Brain Compatible Instructional Strategies. You may find the link to this presentation on the D2L Newspage. When typing in your answers, use capital letters for the beginning of each word. If there is a list of more than one item, type %22and%22 between each in the list. Completing this activity with 80%25 accuracy will render 5 extra credit points.

1. Adding motion during the instructional process provides extra sensory input to the brain.
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2. Note-taking helps the brain remember concepts and facts
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3. Jokes or stories secure the attention of the listeners although the speaker or teacher should not substitute sarcasm to gain student attention.
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4. Working within cooperative groups to complete tasks, sharing ideas and solving problems.
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5. Educational experiences via media such as internet, simulations, visual tours to enhance learning.
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6. Seeing in your mind what will happen before it actually happens.
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7. The use of various interactive strategies to teach concepts make learning about events, people and dates seem more alive.
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8. Pictorial representations of ideas that show the connectedness of content. Mind mapping ideas.
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9. Enable students to apply theory and knowledge first hand by actually seeing real world things or experiences.
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10. Integrating various beats (energizing, calming) into the classroom presentation to embed concepts into the brain.
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11. Job-embedded, internships or on-the-job training provides experiencial learning.
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12. Solving real-life problems helps the learner connect information to the reason for learning.
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13. Engage students%27 brains with chances to debate and offer their opinions when information is shared.
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14. Hearing about other%27s experiences contributes to the professional learning experience.
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15. A teaching method using both mind and body help embed knowledge into long-term memory
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16. To make meaning or to look for patterns and connections between the new and the known can be accomplished by the brain using these comparative methods
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17. Jeopardy or Bingo assist with reviewing information and generate motivation.
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18. Power Point slides, videos, models or other media are the key to effective presentations.
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19. Acronyms used to help students recall names, phrases or other concepts.
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