PowerPoint Presentations For Staff Development:

These targeted PowerPoint presentations help present a case for certain types of curriculum. Each can enable greater complex learning later in school. Once teachers know the “why” of a strategy, they’re more likely to use it again and again.

The focus is on arts and physical activity. Each brain-based teaching PowerPoint focuses on instructional strategies and each does it from a different point of view. You can expect to get practical strategies you can use with the science background, too.

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Arts with the brain in mindArts with the Brain in Mind

Learn 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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Music arts in the class powerpointCompelling Case for Musical Arts

Most 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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Visual Arts Powerpoint for teachersCompelling Case for Visual Arts

Are 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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teachers, parents and administratorsEnrichment for Learning

Here 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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excercise teachers powerpointExercise and Recess: The Real Science

Advocates 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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nutrician and learning powerpointNutrition for the Learning Brain

This 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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teenage SecretsSecrets of the Teenage Brain

You 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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