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brain-based learning technique in reading comprehension

According to leading educational authorities on brain-based learning, Caine &  Caine
(2010), brain-based learning has  12  governing principles:  a)  all  learning engages physiology,
b) the brain/mind is social, c) the search for meaning is  innate, d)  the search for meaning occurs
through patterning, e)  emotions are critical to patterning, f)  the brain/mind processes parts and
wholes simultaneously, g)  learning involves both focused attention and peripheral perception,
h)  learning is both conscious and unconscious, i) there are at least two approaches to  memory,
j) learning is developmental, k) complex learning is enhanced by challenge and inhibited by
threat associated with helplessness and/or fatigue,  1)  each brain is uniquely organized (Caine & Caine, 2010). Researchers, Jensen (2006,2009), Lyons (2003), Nunley (2003) and Wolfe (2009)
support these principles and expound on them with these instructional practices:  a)  integrating
movement in the classroom, b) implementing self-selected worksites, c)  encouraging self-regulation, d)  reinforcing proper nutrition and hydration, e) practicing the mi of engaging
questioning f)  chunking information for  ShOli term memory g)  scaffolding for transferring
information into  long term memory h) designing or use of Pneumonic devices for  recollection of
new information. For brevity'S sake this study will focus  on the techniques and principles used in
the teacher survey.  The following sections are brain-based learning concepts covered in  the
survey


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