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Wayne Jennings is a former teacher, principal, superintendent, adjunct professor and has started eight schools during his career in education. He is a co-author of Inciting Learning: A Guide to Brain-Compatible Learning and a co-facilitator of the ASCD Brain-Compatible Learning Network. Joan Caulfield is a former teacher, principal, associate superintendent, and professor of education, is currently a nationally known staff developer and consultant in teaching and learning.
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Compatible Learning Active, meaningful learning Stimulating, varied input Accurate, timely feedback Safe, non-threatening environment Based on a model by Wayne Jennings and Joan Caulfield, 1997 Page 3. Brain Compatible Classrooms Make Math Meaningful Integrate Content Seek Connections Students Do The Work of Learning Social and Collaborative Promote Active Discussion.
As an introduction to brain-compatible learning, this book does an admirable jo. I just finished reading Eric Jensen's "Introduction to Brain-Compatible Learning. It is such a easy read and couldn't put it down for a moment
I just finished reading Eric Jensen's "Introduction to Brain-Compatible Learning. It is such a easy read and couldn't put it down for a moment. I am a fourth grade teacher and I wished that I had read this as an undergraduate.
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