Brain-Friendly Teaching;

Tools, Tips & Structures

Kagan Structures to Teach the Way Brains Learn Best!

We have a choice: We can teach using traditional methods or we can teach the way the brain best learns. Teaching with traditional methods is like swimming against the current: Teaching is more exhausting, students learn less, and like class, content, and the teacher less. When we teach the ways the brains best learn, teaching is more effortless and students learn and enjoy class more. You will view actual brain scans demonstrating how to boost engagement and retention with simple structures as part of any lesson. You will learn the six principles of brain-friendly teaching in a way you will never forget! Come and turn on your brain in this active brains-on, interactive workshop. Learn to boost motivation and achievement as you create your brain-friendly classroom! Contact us today to organise your Kagan Workshop.

 

Workshop Highlights:

  • Put brain science to work to maximise learning

  • View brain scans showing how brains “light up” with Kagan Structures

  • Master the Kagan Structures that make every lesson brain-friendly

  • Target brain centres for emotion, motivation, memory, attention and thinking

  • Create a safe learning environment where learning, thinking, and creativity flourish

  • Nourish the brain with Number Group Mania!

  • Discover stimuli that boost comprehension and retention of content

  • Apply the six principles of Brain-Friendly Teaching in every lesson!

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The content was amazing! I learned so much about the brain and how it functions, and I can’t wait to use this knowledge and new structures to plan my lessons and create engaging, brain-developing activities! I love Kagan!”
— Elizabeth Garza, Secondary English Teacher

“Very Informative about the brain and how it works. Explicit information about the memory systems. Best Workshop I could have attended. Thank you!”
— Lauren Pasterchik, Teacher.