Neuroscience of Education:
The Positive Student Impact of Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) and Neuronscience-Based Approaches
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04:55 Turning ACEs to PACEs
12.30 Tracts mature at different rates (Stimulation drives Maturity)
13:07 Six Factors that may lead to Troubled Teens
14:05 Brain Structure and Poverty
14:55 A Major effect of Brain Maturation is STRESS
17:05 Know the Three kinds of Stress
30:40 Social Emotional Learning (SEL) – Education Perspective
33.10 Poor Working memory doesn’t just affect RETENTION
33:14 How Fast ForWord builds Phonological Working Memory
35:45 Neuroscience – Moving from WHY TO WHAT and HOW
37:30 How to turn around troubled Teens
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Educators have a powerful effect on the social-emotional development of children. New research points to SEL approaches that maximize educators’ positive impact on students affected by Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
Social Emotional Learning Key Factor
Educators play a vital role in changing and building the Brain.
- The human brain is an experience – dependent organ
- It is the main goal of Teachers to build and change students brain
- Educators create positive childhood experience
- Children can achieve even those who begin at a disadvantaged level. With the use of individualized instruction combined with technology to build academic skills as well as the confidence to achieve in all students.
Social Emotional Learning