Brain in mind

“Teaching with the brain in mind” is one of the fundamentally new concepts that neuroscience has brought into the field of education.

We offer short courses that emphasize the underlying cognitive processes that are responsible for  learning. Teachers will learn about:

  • the basic structure and function of brain partsbrain classroom
  • the way the brain learns
  • how emotions can significantly hamper or facilitate learning
  • strategies for effective classroom instruction
  • principles governing how the brain processes information

These training programs are taken by seasoned, experienced educators and facilitators in the field of neuro-education

Who do we train: 

  • School Personnel
  • Teachers
  • Parents
  • Freelance Tutors

Scope of  training :

Training involves seminars and practical workshops that are tailored to suit the needs of individuals, groups and schools.

Some of the Modules covered by the training include:

Module 1:  Perspectives in Neuroscience

  •     Structure and functions of the brain
  •      How the brain learns new information
  •      Neuroplasticity
  •      Neuroscience based teaching practices
  •      Brain friendly classroom practices
  •      Putting B.R.A.I.N.S in your lesson notes

Module 2:  Cognitive Developmental Issues in Education

  •      Developmental Stages – Cognitive development and Learning 
  •       Individual Differences
  •       Learning Styles
  •       Learning and Memory
  •      Improving higher order cognitive skills

Module 3:  Teaching Methodologyteacher training

  •        Grades and Grading: Issues and Approaches to Assessment
  •        Increasing Student Participation and Discussion         

Module 4:  Socio-emotional approaches in the classroom

  •       Building positive relationships with students
  •       Understanding the emotional needs of students  
  •       Emotions and learning   
  •       Creating a positive learning environment
  •        Social and Emotional Intelligence 
  •       Social Networking and Responsible Internet Use

Module 5:        Special Children

  •          Understanding children with special needs
  •          Managing children with learning difficulties
  •          Managing children with behavioral problems 

For more information, please contact us

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