The Classroom Cases and Working Groups: Success of Brain, Body and Mind Integration Relies on Effective Intervention Planning and Process
When science and education meet it is called Neuropedagogy, whose scientific aims are to learn how to stimulate new zones of the brain and create connections. Neuropedagogy and its subcategories allow participants to understand the utilization of Neuroplasticity and the Habit Loop with the 13 Educational Classifications from the Standard Operational Procedures Manual (SOPM) with a specialized discussion on common learner classifications, suggested interventions and handy solutions for enrichment of scholar-specific classroom culture in New York City Classrooms and Environments through the utilization of case specific examples: Autism, learning disabilities, ADHD, and at risk learners.
Support for Neuropedagogy
“Neuroscience should be required for all students [of education] . . . to familiarize them with the orienting concepts [of] the field, the culture of scientific inquiry, and the special demands of what qualifies as scientifically based education research.” – Eisenhart & DeHaan, 2005.
“Beyond understanding the brain’s neuroplastic response to stimulation — how activation and use of memory networks makes them stronger — future teachers need to recognize how stress inhibits neuroplasticity. It is only when information is processed in the brain’s reflective, cognitive prefrontal cortex that new learning can be incorporated into networks of long-term, conceptual memory. “– Judy Willis MD, 2012.
Suggested Training Hours:
Beginner Series (no background) :3 hours
Intermediate Series (mid-level background): 2 hours
Proficient/Expert Series (Refresher only): 1 hour
Suggested Tailored Professional Development Modules:
Beginner Series (no background): 2 hours
Intermediate Series (mid-level Background): 1.5 hours
Proficient/Expert Series (Refresher only): 45 minutes-1 hour