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Course byDavid Palank
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February 22, 2016
“Every word and glance carries with it social meaning. Sentences and gestures are noticed and interpreted, magnified, and combed for meanings the teacher often never intended. Neuroscience supports the notion that often what the teacher is saying may not be what the students are hearing.”
There is a stark contrast between what science knows and what school does. Teachers are unprepared for the realities of the classroom. Everyday, teachers walk into their classrooms without realizing what is actually occurring outside their purview. There are invisible forces at work in your classroom.
In recent years, neuroscientists have discovered that a teacher’s perception of the classroom is skewed. This blind spot is limiting progress in the classroom.
Understanding these invisible forces will ultimately lead to better outcomes for you and your students.
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