‘Brain Based Learning’ Blog Posts
Brain-Based Learning: Auditory Processing ActivitiesMarch 12th, 2019 2019-03-13T18:41:05-07:00 2019-03-12T10:02:33-07:00
Three brain-based auditory processing disorder activities for kids of all ages. These activities improve learning skills while you have fun. Auditory processing is one of the three avenues we learn academic skills from. Remember, we learn by hearing (auditory processing), seeing (visual processing), and doing (tactile/kinesthetic processing). That being said, APD – an auditory processing disorder was found to be present in 43.3% of those that struggle with learning (2009 The National Center for Biotechnology Information). Read on to learn the behaviors that indicate your child may have difficulties with auditory processing.
How Homework Can Help Build Self-Esteem and ConfidenceSeptember 25th, 2017 2017-09-30T19:12:49-07:00 2017-09-25T12:00:12-07:00
Kids need to feel like they belong, can contribute, and are needed. They also need to feel confident, have a sense of achievement, respect of self and others. Completing and turning in homework gives that sense of accomplishment. It improves one’s self-esteem.
6 Fun Family Activities Prevent the Summer Slide!July 19th, 2017 2018-12-12T16:04:18-08:00 2017-07-19T15:17:48-07:00
It’s not too late to prevent the summer slide with fun family activities. The activities are geared for elementary, middle, and high school kids. Listen to the audio. Activities include weekly trips, nature adventures, and home activities.
Brain Based Learning: Auditory Processing and its Impact on LearningFebruary 5th, 2015 2016-10-30T04:44:39-07:00 2015-02-05T03:48:16-08:00
Brain-based learning encompasses the general belief that learning can be improved and even accelerated when teaching strategies are based on the science of learning. That being said, everyone takes information in through their five senses: smell, taste, hearing, seeing, and doing. So, we need to pay attention to this science of how we take in information in order to improve learning.