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MS in Literacy Education
Brain based teaching and learning strategies have been presenting themselves at an increasing rate within our school systems. Educators need to focus on at-risk and special education students and identify strategies that are effective with these populations. Two African American special education students attending school at an urban school within the Rochester City School District participated in using brain based learning techniques. students‟ learning. Movement and discussion proved to have a positive impact on the Changes in the appearance of the classroom may have also had a positive effect on student learning. Activities including movement and discussion should be utilized when working with special education and at-risk student populations.
Newton, Cheryl, "Closing the Gap Brain Based Teaching and Learning Techniques" (2010). Education Masters. Paper 12.
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