#brainelt EVO2013

Hello, learning comunity!

This is my digital me:

http://flavors.me/simonida

This one, too:

http://animoto.com/play/ojDvKw3D9xcXNBcU9FJwvQ

Can’t wait to start the session!

Week 1 Tasks 

These are the tasks for the Week one:

This EVO session is about the role of the brain during the learning process.

Here we have an abstract of this online workshop (just not to forget):

Abstract

Learning happens in our brains. It’s a physical and biological process. Brain-based teaching and learning focus on how the brain learns best and how language teachers can learn to understand and use this knowledge to help students learn English effectively. Much is already known about brain functioning during learning processes to orient the practice of teaching. The brain and learning are the bridge that teachers can and must cross with knowledge that effectively connects them to learners.

In this five-week online workshop offered through the Electronic Village Online, participants will explore how the brain works during the learning process and they will be introduced to helpful tips to enhance their teaching practice. By the end of the workshop, participants will have had an overview of how neuroscientific research findings can positively impact educators’ pedagogical approach to spice up their lesson plans to promote students’ creativity, engagement and learning. We promise it will be madly fun and informative!

And…

this is the way the brain works! Fascinating! 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9p2ou1IyC0&feature=related

Something about the neuro-myths:

http://www.edutopia.org/neuroscience-brain-based-learning-myth-busting

Do we use only 10% of our brain capacity?

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324556304578119351875421218.html

The neurotransmission – animation:

http://www.childrenshospital.org/research/_neuron/index.html

Carla Arena’s presentation about the myths about the brain functioning:

And the next one is a cool way to represent and imagine neurotransmision (video is from Youtube, but found on  Bob’s EVO Neuroscience blog).

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  1. carlaarena
    јан 17, 2013 @ 02:55:18

    Great to have you around, Simonida!

    Одговор

  2. Nina
    јан 17, 2013 @ 09:46:54

    Good job, Simonida! Way to go!

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