Monday, October 15, 2012
Revolution of the Mind
After learning about the teenage brain, I am going to try an make my lessons much more interactive, and have the kids get up and out of their seats. Kids like to take risks, so I think I would need to find a way to incorporate that in the learning. I hope to access memory lanes by continuously asking them how they felt about certain situations from their youth. For example, when talking about the injustices from the old regime in France, you could ask your students how they felt when they had no say in a big decision. Students will become engaged because they will relate it to something in their own lives.