Graduate Project Title
A Brain-Based Pedagogy to Improve Student Achievement of Middle School Aged Children
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Second Committee Member
Jack L. McPherson
Third Committee Member
Steven W. Nourse
This project examined the role of a brain-based pedagogy to improve student achievement in middle school students. The review of current research found that orchestrated immersion, relaxed alertness and active processing were integral for an effective brain-based pedagogy that increased student achievement. Included is a curriculum that focused on a brain-based pedagogy. Written for teachers of middle school students. Lessons included support a brain-based pedagogy, were age appropriate, and encouraged teachers to use a curriculum based on a brain-based pedagogy that increased student achievement.
Stadiem, Marci Lynn, "A Brain-Based Pedagogy to Improve Student Achievement of Middle School Aged Children" (2003). All Graduate Projects. 830.
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