Put these five neuromarketing-based strategies to work in your classroom and start tapping into the learning potential of your students' subconscious minds!
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Behavior narration is all about treating positive classroom behavior as an expectation instead of a goal, and using the positive actions you see students engage in as a model to encourage more of the same. Here, we're breaking down how and why this technique works.
Positive recognition is essential in establishing a harmonious and productive classroom culture. Check out these ideas for student-centered rewards that only require the investment of a little time.
The beginning of the school year is ripe with possibilities, including how you arrange your classroom. And, just as teaching has evolved significantly over the past few years, so too have strategies for desk arrangements. Here’s four things to take into consideration to find the perfect classroom setup for you.
Especially for today's students who are used to going through their days with headphones in, music can be a great tool to enrich your lessons and engage students in classroom. Here are five best practices to follow.