Brain Based Learning-What is it?

Brain based learning is a way for students to learn information based on the strengths of their individual brains. The objective of the lessons is for students to put information into memory in a way that they can easily retrieve it.

There are pathways to memory. One pathway involves the sequence of how information is learned. Some students are parts-whole learners. This means that they learn about the individual parts and then put them together to form the whole.

Some students are whole to parts learners. This means they need to see the whole of the information and learn about the parts. Sometimes students will vary their approaches depending upon the subject matter being learned.

Have a student struggling with memory? Get immediate help. Contact Beth Silver at 310-720-0390 or bethcarolsilver@gmail.com

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