Degree Granting Department
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
Elementary teaching techniques, Elementary education, Cognitive-based learning, Brain-compatible research, Brain-based classroom management
This thesis discusses brain-based methodology and how educators can use brain-based techniques to impact, support, and advance cognitive growth. Current research on learning and memory is enabling educators to better understand how the brain learns and what environmental factors assist in or detract from student learning. Brain-based learning techniques are considered by brain-based researchers as one way to create a learning environment that fosters student learning at individual academic levels while concurrently challenging each student and promoting academic growth. Teachers can further student academic advancement through the direct manipulation of the classroom environment rather than by purchasing a particular program that promises results.
Scholar Commons Citation
Herson, Laurie A., "Brain-compatible research: using brain-based techniques to positively impact student learning" (2006). USF Tampa Graduate Theses and Dissertations.