Whole Brain Teaching for Challenging Kids: (and the rest of your class, too!)

August 7, 2019 - Comment

Join the teaching revolution that’s sweeping the U.S. … and the world! 150,000 registered members of WholeBrainTeaching.com worldwide: 5,000,000 YouTube views: 15,000,000 pages of free ebooks downloaded from WholeBrainTeaching.com, one of the world’s largest, free, education websites! If your rambunctious kids are driving you batty, read this book. Guffaw with delight as your class, guided

Join the teaching revolution that’s sweeping the U.S. … and the world! 150,000 registered members of WholeBrainTeaching.com worldwide: 5,000,000 YouTube views: 15,000,000 pages of free ebooks downloaded from WholeBrainTeaching.com, one of the world’s largest, free, education websites! If your rambunctious kids are driving you batty, read this book. Guffaw with delight as your class, guided by the Guff Counter, halts back talking students in their tracks! Weep with joy at the power of the Independents that turns rebel cliques against each other. Gasp in awe as you discover Mirror, the simple technique that makes every lesson magnetically engaging. Chortle with merriment as the magical Scoreboard transforms classroom management into a living video game.

Whole Brain Teaching, a grass roots, education reform movement, begun in 1999 by three Southern California teachers, has attracted an astonishing following among educators across the U.S. and in 30 foreign countries.

Based on cutting edge scientific research, Whole Brain Teaching recognizes that students learn the most when they are engaged in lessons that involve seeing, hearing, doing, speaking and feeling.

Join the revolution! Transform your students from passive receivers of information to dynamic creators of high energy lessons.

“In my 38 years in education, I have never seen a more successful classroom management system than Whole Brain Teaching. It’s simple, effective and powerful. Chris Biffle and his colleagues have developed a strategy that works for all students.”

Dominic F. Mucci, Superintendent of Schools, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

Comments

Anonymous says:

Game changer! I stumbled upon the Whole Brain Teaching videos on YouTube while I was looking for ideas for brain breaks about 6 years ago. The WBT methods have been a game changer for me. I love looking out on 25 energetic, excited, and engaged students while I am teaching using the methods. I’ve adapted many and made them my own. For those that think that this is a rigid way to teach, that is not so. You get to read, watch others in action online, and practice the techniques in the privacy of your own…

Anonymous says:

Great for classroom management! This is my second copy of the book because my student teacher ending up loving this approach so much she kept my original. This approach focuses on the positives and has worked amazingly in the primary grades I’ve taught. This is not a book just for working with challenging children. My students who are far from challenging love these techniques and are wonderful models for other students.

Anonymous says:

not for high-schoolers this might work for elementary students. does not work at all for high school students.

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