DEVELOPMENT OF A BRAIN BASED CLASSROOM

Dr. Sajeena S.

Abstract


The objective of brain based learning is to move from memorizing information to meaningful learning. The brain based education is getting an important role in present education scenario, the teachers must be aware of the system. The present study analyzed the different strategies adopted for the brain based teaching.  Six components of the teaching strategies were included for the study. The study was conducted among 60 school teachers from government and unaided schools. Questionnaire consisting of brain based teaching strategies was used for the data collection. Percentage analysis and t test were the statistical techniques used. Major findings were: Majority of the teachers are not so equipped with the strategies for brain based teaching,  No significant difference in means were obtained in between the male and female, government and unaided school teachers.

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