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By Michael A. Scaddan

Educators searching for confirmed the right way to introduce brain-compatible guideline into K–12 study rooms will locate worthy assistance during this easy-to-read, attractive source. the writer is helping lecturers know the way the mind, brain, and physique functionality within the studying approach, demonstrates ways to make stronger students' reminiscence and focus, and illustrates how one can improve learners' results throughout a vast diversity of skills.
This versatile consultant converts the most recent findings on mind study into enjoyable and potent recommendations for decreasing behavioral distractions in school, enhancing educational functionality, and strengthening teachers' tutorial talents. inside a holistic brain-based educating version, this useful publication offers:

40 brain-friendly instruments for making improvements to studying and attempt results

A brain-based overview characteristic that is helping readers assessment and adjust the instruments to satisfy students' needs

Stimulating rates and motivational proverbs for inspiration

Stories, songs, poems, and anecdotes woven in the course of the text
This consultant is perfect for empowering scholars and assisting them take possession in their studying.

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Midway through my sophomore year in high school, I was summoned from my English class by my academic advisor and another teacher who had connected with me as a fellow bookworm. They knew that, as an accelerated student, I had already surpassed the expectations of the classroom teacher and con- 9 Facilitated Telementoring for K-12 Students and Teachers sequently, that my proficiency and skills were not developing. I was looking for an enriched experience, and they thought they had located one. On the school’s sole public computer with Internet access, located in the library, they brought up the EE website.

These emails are suggestive, not prescriptive. They do not demand a forced march through a checklist, but rather take the tone of an invitation to engage. Nor is the relationship confined to email. Mentors and protégés are free to take the relationship where they wish, including face to face meetings, professional collaboration and even offers of employment. The protégé will also receive newsletters from MentorNet every two weeks or so, as well as occasional reminders to consult the resources on our website or follow links to articles, interesting websites, and some messages from the MentorNet community.

It’s really neat to see them grasp what you mean over time. I’ve left the messages in a folder and they take turns reading them aloud and then re-reading them. I’ll be presenting ideas about integrating technology to preservice teachers at a local university next month and will definitely mention the Electronic Emissary Project. You are the best thing that’s happened to us all year and I can never thank you enough. The power and inspiration experienced by all of the participants in this science project, even after only a short time communicating with each other, attests to why it is important to continue to work with teachers, mentors, and students to offer online mentoring as part of curriculum-based work in school, despite the challenges inherent in doing so.

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