PowerPoint Presentations For Staff Development:

These are for the more advanced presenter. These all require background from the book Teaching with the Brain in Mind. These can all give you a deeper, richer understanding of your subject area. In addition, you’ll also be able to deepen and broaden your skill set. Each is a must for those who consider themselves “ahead of the crowd.”

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7 discoveries7 Discoveries: Are you curious about what’s new in the world of neuroscience?

Here’s the groundbreaking 171-slide all color presentation that Eric Jensen gives. You’ll learn about the plasticity of the human brain. You’ll discover the secrets of neurogenesis. You’ll find out about allostasis, the “re-setting” of the brain’s thermostat for stress. You’ll uncover the true malleability of memory and what to do about it.

In short, many of the discoveries of the last ten years are featured right here on this amazing program. Now, here’s a warning: unless you have attended this session in person or have good background, this cutting edge material may be too new for you to present! Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Teaching with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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Arts with the brain in mindArts with the Brain in Mind

Learn why visual, tactile and musical arts are so essential to our students. You’ll get a colorful and engaging presentation, with 85 fresh new slides that explore the research behind the arts.

Many studies suggest that arts can have a significant and lasting positive effect on student learning. But what exactly does the research tell us and how much arts are needed to change the brain?

Discover what the research says and find out if arts should be assessed or not. Great this great persuasion tool for parents, administrators and school board. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Arts with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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Stress and Learning - teacher guideCan Stress and Learning Co-Exist?

Professor David Diamond (this is not an Eric Jensen PowerPoint) of USF presents gives you a 79-slide presentation highlighting the relationship between stress and learning.

You’ll discover what is stress and find out the differences between bad and good stress. You’ll find out that stress is not “out there” and learn where stress really comes from.

What are the effects of stress? Can practice help us desensitize to distress? Does acute stress narrows learning focus? Can chronic stress actually damage neurons in hippocampus? Find out if glucose actually supports memory! What kind of everyday practice can reduce stress vulnerabilities?

This is a solid, research-oriented presentation where everyone can learn. It is from a neuroscientist, so remember that it will be in an entirely different format (more scientific) than the other presentations. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The background book recommended for this presentation is Different Brains, Different Learners by Eric Jensen.

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Music arts in the class powerpointCompelling Case for Musical Arts

Most educators are supportive of the arts. But, when you need to make a case for it, where’s the research. This 103-slide presentation lays out the scientific case for WHY the musical arts are valuable for school age students. You’ll learn how music changes the brain. You’ll discover how it affects attention, sequencing, processing, hope, the growth mindset and memory.

This is the single best “knock-your-socks-off” visual way to show the power of musical arts. It’s a must for all arts supporters. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Arts with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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Visual Arts Powerpoint for teachersCompelling Case for Visual Arts

Are you supportive of the arts? If so, can you articulate the science behind WHY the arts, and in particular, visual arts are so necessary? If not, this presentation is for you and your audiences.

When you need to make a case for visual arts, here’s the research! This 116-slide presentation lays out the scientific case for WHY the musical arts are valuable for school age students. You’ll learn how visual arts can support student learning.

This is a fabulous visual way to show the power of visual arts. It’s a must for all visual arts supporters. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Arts with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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Glucose and Memory powerpointEmotions, Glucose & Memory

Neuroscientist Dr. Marise Parent of Georgia State University (this is not an Eric Jensen PowerPoint) reveals the amazing connections between emotions, glucose and memory. Learn if sugar is good or bad for learning and if so, how much?

This colorful and research-packed presentation contains 84 colorful slides with graphs, photos and brain scans. Rated “R” for research oriented with some technical descriptions.

Good for teachers with some brain background, a science class, psychology students, or moderate to advanced educator audiences.

You get 79 slides and the real science behind the classroom strategies. This is a solid, research-oriented presentation where everyone can learn. It is from a neuroscientist, so remember that it will be in an entirely different format (more scientific) than the other presentations. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Teaching with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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implimenting brain based education powerpointHow to Implement Brain-Based Education

These days, it’s hard to avoid hearing about the brain. But what’s actually getting implemented and how are schools doing it?

This 96-slide presentation focuses on the 5 cores steps for making the transformation happen at your school. The first is buy-in. This presentation gives you the insider buy-in strategies that make staff approval a breeze! Next, your staff needs to tie it into something. You’ll see simple examples of how to do that, too. Your staff will also need a research base or foundation for the process.

This gives you the core principles that will support the successful teaching with the brain in mind. Teachers need to make connections, too and this shows you how.

Finally, you’ll need the action steps. Learn how the top schools make it happen and make it happen at your workplace, too.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Teaching with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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Principles and strategies powerpointBrain-Based Principles to Strategies

Brain-based education requires a foundation of research. This 160-slide presentation gives you the 12 core principles AND connects them to classroom practice.

We’ve heard things like “The brain is social” or “Brains can change” but are these actually true and if so, what do these “truisms” actually mean?

This dynamic and research-based presentation gives you the evidence PLUS it helps staff piece together the everyday, implications of teaching with the brain in mind. Great for administrators and a hungry-to learn staff. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The background book recommended for this presentation is Teaching with the Brain in Mind
by Eric Jensen.

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stress learning and memory powerpointStress and Memory

Professor David Diamond (this is not an Eric Jensen PowerPoint) of USF gives you a colorful slide presentation highlighting the relationship between stress and learning. This is a solid, research-oriented 84-slide presentation from which everyone can learn.

Discover the factors at school that regulate student stress levels. In fact, learn the TRUE definition of stress from one of the world’s leading experts. This presentation from a neuroscientist,

so remember that it will be in an entirely different format (more scientific) than the other presentations. Here the focus is on a simple premise: we all get stressed in life, so exactly how much stress is good for learning and how much is bad for it? The support book recommended for this presentation is Teaching with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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