The Adolescent Brain & Responsibility
What is going on in your students' brains? Have you ever wondered what is really going on with the tweens and teens in your classroom? This workshop digs into the adolescent brain to help you learn how you can create more responsible and successful students, and create a better classroom environment!
Overview: Understand how your students' brains work when they are making decisions and controlling their impulses, then learn how to help your students be more successful. This workshop gives elementary teachers more knowledge about how their students' brains work in regards to regulating emotions and making decisions. Teachers gain the tools they need to teach better responsibility and understand appropriate expectations.
- Understand the functions of an elementary school student brain
- Learn appropriate expectations for elementary school students
- Explore tools to teach your students executive functioning skills & responsibility
- Reflect and collaborate with other teachers
A SHORT OVERVIEW OF THE COURSE:
Details: Certificate of completion for 2 hours of learning to be used for teacher re-licensure or professional development hours (based on your state and country requirements) Teaching tools for teaching grades Kindergarten - 5th grade Authentic classroom case studies and explanatory videos Printable resources for teachers to use in their classrooms Explanatory videos to aid teachers in understanding SEL and the brain