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GS2 - Keynote: Increasing Student Engagement, Empowerment and Success with Brain-Compatible Teaching 
March 24, 2011   12:15pm - 2:00pm
36 Slides  
  Synced Audio / Slides

Classroom research about how students naturally learn and research about the brain's innate learning process have been the foundation of Dr. Smilkstein's work while teaching middle school through graduate school students. These two areas of research converge to provide classroom-proven guidelines for developing and delivering curricula across the disciplines that make it possible for every student to experience engaging, empowering, successful learning. Participants will have the opportunity to try hands-on experiences with several brain-compatible, natural-learning activities.

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