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In today's world, budgets are tighter than ever. Principals are now tasked with a great amount of staff training... and we've made it easier for you!

Eric Jensen has prepared a wide variety of PowerPoint presentations to help deliver a powerful presentation to help you deliver a clear concise learning experience.

Those who have asked us for PowerPoint presentations are most often:

  1. Trainers who work with groups of 20 or more
  2. Staff developers who really want to make a difference in the lives of others
  3. Teachers who want a more energizing classroom and
  4. Anyone who currently or will in the future, spend a lot time in front of groups.

Your presentations will have title slides and closing slides. Average presentation will be 75-125 slides, depending on the topic. You may customize (in fact, you are encouraged to do so), your slides by adding your own titles, key themes, strategies, persons of interest, school pictures and activities.

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Teaching with Poverty in Mind

teaching poverty challengesFinally, get the newest version of the blockbuster ASCD book! Learn the newest research on what poverty does to kids brains. Find out what are the four biggest factors that impact the brains of poverty.

Discover the real potential for change in every student’s brain. This updated presentation that helps teachers connect the research with the classroom-practical strategies. You get the brain scans, the key principles and most importantly, the teacher-tested ideas you can use immediately.

This 143-slide session has color, passion, science and still answers the question, “What do I do on Monday?” This shows links to differentiation, enrichment, learning and memory strategies. It is long enough for either a 2 hour, half-day or full day session. Staff will be talking about this presentation for weeks!

The support book recommended for this presentation is Teaching with Poverty in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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Teaching with the Brain in Mind

teaching brainThis is the newly updated presentation that helps teachers connect the research with the classroom-practical strategies. You get the brain scans, the key principles and most importantly, the teacher-tested ideas you can use immediately.

This is the fresh, cutting-edge 143-slide session with color, easy-to-understand science and yet still answers the question, “What do I do on Monday?” This shows links to differentiation, enrichment, learning and memory strategies.

Get beautiful brain scans! It is long enough for either a 2 hour, half-day or full day session. Staff will be talking about this presentation for weeks!

The support book recommended for this presentation is (of course) Teaching with the Brain in Mind
by Eric Jensen.

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Tools for Engagement

tools for engaging studentsThis is a “Tell-all” slide show and “The secret’s out of the bag” presentation perfect for staff developers and adult educators. The strategies can be used with students from grades 1-12 and adult.

You get a 148-color slide presentation that gives you the art and science behind engaging teaching. There’s no room for excuses or failures anymore. This gives you the all-time 10 best strategies for student engagement.

Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately. If you’re not using these brain-smart tools, you’re either working too hard or missing students.

It is best used with the book Tools for Engagement by Eric Jensen

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Upgrading the Student Brain

upgrading student achievementDo you have any students who are under performing? If so, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and rebuild their brain.

The human brain has enormous plasticity and your students can learn go from Ds and Fs to Bs and As. How? You’ll learn how to improve attention, memory, processing, sequencing, hopefulness and how to develop the growth mindset.

You get clear science and beautiful brain scans. This innovative 82-slide presentation gives you ideas, science and practical strategies you can use immediately.

It is best used with the book Enriching the Brain by Eric Jensen.

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7 Discoveries: Are you curious about what’s new in
the world of neuroscience?

7 discoveriesHere’s the groundbreaking 171-slide all color presentation that Eric Jensen gives. You’ll learn about the plasticity of the human brain. You’ll discover the secrets of neurogenesis. You’ll find out about allostasis, the “re-setting” of the brain’s thermostat for stress. You’ll uncover the true malleability of memory and what to do about it.

In short, many of the discoveries of the last ten years are featured right here on this amazing program. Now, here’s a warning: unless you have attended this session in person or have good background, this cutting edge material may be too new for you to present! Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Teaching with the Brain in Mind
by Eric Jensen.

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AD/HD Insight and Solutions

Attention Deficit  Hyperactivity Disorder We all know that attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a frustrating condition. This 114-slide presentation explores the most accurate definitions, symptoms, history and causes.

This detailed session has WAY MORE than you’ll need, but feel free to trim it to fit your staff. It’s chock-a-block with specifics that you can use. You'll get dozens of the best-researched, most practical solutions. Includes brain scans.

You’ll get page after page of accommodations and interventions that work. Perfect for all parents and educators. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Different Brains, Different Learners
by Eric Jensen.

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Arts with the Brain in Mind

Arts with the brain in mindLearn why visual, tactile and musical arts are so essential to our students. You’ll get a colorful and engaging presentation, with 85 fresh new slides that explore the research behind the arts.

Many studies suggest that arts can have a significant and lasting positive effect on student learning. But what exactly does the research tell us and how much arts are needed to change the brain?

Discover what the research says and find out if arts should
be assessed or not. Great this great persuasion tool for parents,
administrators and school board. Expect staff to gain background
and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Arts with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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Asperger's: Insights & Solutions

Autistic teaching powerpointAsperger’s is a complex and confounding type of PDD (Pervasive Developmental Disorder). The rates of occurrence have climbed dramatically and it remains a puzzling enigma of unrelated symptoms. But this 160-slide presentation shows the five primary symptoms in clear, understandable language.

It also gives you the brain-based background to understand the differences between those with the disorder and those without it. Most importantly, specific, practical strategies are offered that can help these students succeed.

Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The background book recommended for this presentation is Different Brains, Different Learners
by Eric Jensen.

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Brain-Based Principles to Strategies

Brain Based StratgeiessBrain-based education requires a foundation of research. This 160-slide presentation gives you the 12 core principles AND connects them to classroom practice.

We’ve heard things like “The brain is social” or “Brains can change” but are these actually true and if so, what do these “truisms” actually mean?

This dynamic and research-based presentation gives you the evidence PLUS it helps staff piece together the everyday, implications of teaching with the brain in mind.

Great for administrators and a hungry-to learn staff. Expect staff to gain background and
strategies to implement immediately.

The background book recommended for this presentation is Teaching with the Brain in Mind
by Eric Jensen.

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Can Stress and Learning Co-Exist?

Stress and Learning - teacher guideProfessor David Diamond (this is not an Eric Jensen PowerPoint) of USF presents gives you a 79-slide presentation highlighting the relationship between stress and learning.

You’ll discover what is stress and find out the differences between bad and good stress. You’ll find out that stress is not “out there” and learn where stress really comes from.

What are the effects of stress? Can practice help us desensitize to distress? Does acute stress narrows learning focus? Can chronic stress actually damage neurons in hippocampus? Find out if glucose actually supports memory! What kind of everyday practice can reduce stress vulnerabilities?

This is a solid, research-oriented presentation where everyone can learn. It is from a neuroscientist, so remember that it will be in an entirely different format (more scientific) than the other presentations. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The background book recommended for this presentation is Different Brains, Different Learners by Eric Jensen.

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Compelling Case for Musical Arts

Music arts in the class powerpointMost educators are supportive of the arts. But, when you need to make a case for it, where’s the research. This 103-slide presentation lays out the scientific case for WHY the musical arts are valuable for school age students. You’ll learn how music changes the brain. You’ll discover how it affects attention, sequencing, processing, hope, the growth mindset and memory.

This is the single best “knock-your-socks-off” visual way to show the power of musical arts. It’s a must for all arts supporters. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Arts with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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Compelling Case for Visual Arts

Visual Arts Powerpoint for teachersAre you supportive of the arts? If so, can you articulate the science behind WHY the arts, and in particular, visual arts are so necessary? If not, this presentation is for you and your audiences.

When you need to make a case for visual arts, here’s the research! This 116-slide presentation lays out the scientific case for WHY the musical arts are valuable for school age students. You’ll learn how visual arts can support student learning.

This is a fabulous visual way to show the power of visual arts. It’s a must for all visual arts supporters. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Arts with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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Dyslexia Insights & Solutions

Dyslexia Solutions Learning StrategiesDyslexia is a “catch-all” name for the most common types of reading disorder. This includes (but is not limited to) phonological processing deficits, poor fluency, weak text comprehension, tracking issues as well as phonemic awareness.

This amazing presentation (124 colorful slides) gives you the insights into how and why the disorder develops. It shows you with illustrations and cutting-edge brain scans what are the brain-based differences between good and poor readers. The message is of hope.

You’ll also get dozens of specific, practical strategies, listing of the best reading programs and the five key things any teacher can do immediately. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Different Brains, Different Learners by Eric Jensen.

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Emotions, Glucose & Memory

Glucose and Memory powerpointNeuroscientist Dr. Marise Parent of Georgia State University (this is not an Eric Jensen PowerPoint) reveals the amazing connections between emotions, glucose and memory. Learn if sugar is good or bad for learning and if so, how much?

This colorful and research-packed presentation contains 84 colorful slides with graphs, photos and brain scans. Rated “R” for research oriented with some technical descriptions. Good for teachers with some brain background, a science class, psychology students, or moderate to advanced educator audiences.

You get 79 slides and the real science behind the classroom strategies. This is a solid, research-oriented presentation where everyone can learn. It is from a neuroscientist, so remember that it will be in an entirely different format (more scientific) than the other presentations. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Teaching with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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Enrichment for Learning

teachers, parents and administratorsHere you get a colorful and persuasive 99-slide PowerPoint presentation engages these critical four questions:

1) What is enrichment? The real answer may surprise you!
2) For whom does “for all” include? The answer to "Who should get enrichment?" may astonish you!
3) Is there evidence that it actually works? If so, what is the evidence (animal or human)?
4) How exactly does one “do” enrichment?

You’ll get a few surprises, plus some amazing cutting-edge slides of brain scans showing HOW enrichment takes place. Learn what should teachers, parents and administrators do each do to ensure enrichment takes place. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Enriching the Brain by Eric Jensen.

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Exercise and Recess: The Real Science

excercise teachers powerpointAdvocates of physical education have been pushing more recess, more activity and more physical activity. But is there any real science to this relentless quest for greater movement in schools?

In this compelling presentation, you’ll get the real science by those that do their homework and publish in peer-reviewed journals. You’ll learn how it affects brain chemistry, growth factors, new brain cells, learning and memory.

You also get specific recommendations on how much to do every day. This is a persuasive case that you can make for any staff. The evidence is in: more movement and more activity is usually a good thing. But… you should know the research!

In this special 86-slide presentation, you get the best of research and the strategies. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Teaching with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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Fierce Teaching - 7 Factors That Matter Most

fierce teaching powerpointTeachers are constantly bombarded with “the next big thing.” But not every idea is a good one, nor is there an endless amount of time to implement every idea.

It’s time for you and your staff to know what really matters. When it comes to how the human brain learns and remembers in a school context, there are many things that are helpful. For example, we all know positive environments and passionate teachers can help. But in the brain, what needs to happen? What are the fewest variables that teachers need to do to get miraculous results every single day?

This 134-slide presentation makes a compelling case for what matters most. Perfect for new staff or experienced ones that have lost their way. NOTE: there is some content overlap between this presentation and Teaching with the Brain in Mind. NO need to purchase both.

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Fragile Brains Overview

Fragile Brains - teaching StrategyGet the evidence... both brain and behavioral research suggests over 90% of all adverse conditions and disorders can be treated successfully.

Discover how the brain actually changes and what you can do to facilitate rapid change. This 77 slide presentation gives a brief overview of the following: Learned Helplessness, Learning Delays, Dyslexia, drug abuse (alcohol, marijuana, ecstasy), Oppositional Disorder, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, AD/HD, Sensory Integration Disorders , Anxiety and Stress Disorder, Depression, Central Auditory Processing Deficits and Conduct Disorder.

Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Different Brains, Different Learners by Eric Jensen.

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How Teaching Changes Brains

changin the brain teachingDo you have motivation issues among your staff? Are you trying to make changes in the curriculum, assessment or instruction?

Some teachers are hesitant to change until they realize that they can make a dramatic difference. With this PowerPoint, you get a compelling case for teachers as “brain changers.” We’ve all heard that teachers can change lives; now learn how that happens every day. Discover how teaching changes the chemistry, connectivity and even cellular structure of student brains.

In this colorful 86-slide presentation, you’ll get the research, the brain scans and the summaries of what drives change in the human brain. This is one of the most empowering presentations a staff could ever see!

Best when used with the companion book, Enriching the Brain by Eric Jensen.

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How to Implement Brain-Based Education

implimenting brain based education powerpointThese days, it’s hard to avoid hearing about the brain. But what’s actually getting implemented and how are schools doing it?

This 96-slide presentation focuses on the 5 cores steps for making the transformation happen at your school. The first is buy-in. This presentation gives you the insider buy-in strategies that make staff approval a breeze! Next, your staff needs to tie it into something. You’ll see simple examples of how to do that, too. Your staff will also need a research base or foundation for the process.

This gives you the core principles that will support the successful teaching with the brain in mind. Teachers need to make connections, too and this shows you how. Finally, you’ll need the action steps. Learn how the top schools make it happen and make it happen at your workplace, too.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Teaching with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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Learned Helplessness

learned helplessness powerpointDo you have students that have disconnected from school? Do you have students that say, “Who cares?” Is it possible they have a condition called learned helplessness? They may have literally learned to not try or not care.

The good news is that they can learn how to engage and connect with others. They can learn to participate and get enthusiastic about learning? How? Get this 79-slide presentation to learn the science behind this frustrating condition and more importantly, get dozens of specific, classroom tested practical strategies. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Different Brains, Different Learners by Eric Jensen

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Memory and Recall Success

Memory and Recall SuccessStudents need to encode, maintain and retrieve memories accurately to succeed in school. But how does this process work and can it be improved?

Discover the five insider secrets of how our brain makes and stores and retrieves memories. Learn about false memory, photographic memory and how to improve your own. This 109 slide colorful presentation combines the science of memory with the real practical side of everyday teacher and student challenges. Discover how to empower your students and staff to remember much more and have fun doing it.

The support book recommended for this presentation is The Great Memory Book by Karen Markowitz and Eric Jensen.

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Nutrition for the Learning Brain

nutrician and learning powerpointThis colorful and engaging 77-slide presentation gives both the background and the strategies for better nutrition. It answers the question, “Why better school nutrition?” It also explores the following:

1) Can nutrition affect cognition?
2) What are guiding principles to keep in mind about nutrition?
3) What does the science say about nutrition?
4) Are additional supplements helpful for good nutrition?
5) What about sugar, energy bars and energy drinks?
6) What does the science say about hydration?
7) Where can I get more quality information about nutrition?
8) What Can We Do at Our School?

The support book recommended for this presentation is Brain Foods for Kids by Nicola Graimes.

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Oppositional & Conduct Disorders

conduct disorders powerpointSurprisingly 10-12% of all children in America have a behavioral disorder. The most common one is oppositional disorder and the most violent is conduct disorder.

This compelling presentation gives you the brain-based understanding for these common issues. But more importantly, you get pages of real world solutions. Most of them are free and require minimal skills. Doing the right thing is more important than doing it perfectly.

This dynamic 97-slide presentation gives you the issues, causes and solutions with amazing up-to-date clarity. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Different Brains, Different Learners by Eric Jensen.

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Secrets of the Teenage Brain

teenage SecretsYou get an engaging and colorful 99-slide presentation is packed with both research and practical strategies.

New brain research tells us how the brain changes and what you can do to be ahead of the game. Expect to learn how to discipline better, motivate better and improve student achievement. Learn about how the teenage brain is very different from that of a child or an adult. Discover the 5 areas of vulnerability, learn how teens are influenced by stress, rewards or risky behavior.

Find out their sensitivity to rewards and their inability to read or manage emotions. Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately. Perfect for parents or teachers.

The support book recommended for this presentation is Secrets of the Teenage Brain by Sheryl Feinstein

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Stress and Memory

stress learning and memory powerpointProfessor David Diamond (this is not an Eric Jensen PowerPoint) of USF gives you a colorful slide presentation highlighting the relationship between stress and learning. This is a solid, research-oriented 84-slide presentation from which everyone can learn.

Discover the factors at school that regulate student stress levels. In fact, learn the TRUE definition of stress from one of the world’s leading experts. This presentation from a neuroscientist,

so remember that it will be in an entirely different format (more scientific) than the other presentations. Here the focus is on a simple premise: we all get stressed in life, so exactly how much stress is good for learning and how much is bad for it?

The support book recommended for this presentation is Teaching with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.

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