Best ways to teach
1. Actively involve the EMOTIONAL BRAIN (makes the learning memorable)
2. Introduce LEFT AND RIGHT BRAIN ACTIVITY (creates more
3. Mobilise different types of INTELLIGENCE to suit everyone.
4. Introduce MOMENTS OF RELAXATION to allow consolidation.
How the above translate into practical strategies -
Introduce various modes of learning - create opportunities for people to learn in ways that involve hearing, seeing, saying and doing. We learn best by working things out, making our own preferred meaning
via our own preferred way of learning, not by being given answers delivered ready-made via the teacher's preferred way of
The brain likes complexity and challenge and
remains alert when looking for links.
Read Infed article on David A. Kolb's model of experiential learning.
Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Mind, Brain and Education program