Best Practice: *3 - Neuroscience & the Classroom

Poverty, defined as the absence of needed resources, can have both short- and long-term effects on health, development and success in life. Students who live with limited resources may need unique supports in order to reveal often-hidden potential. Educators who understand the potential impacts and are ready with specific strategies will be better able to help every student achieve at high levels.

The Focused Brain

To develop students’ minds to be more receptive to learning, educators need to cultivate and sustain attention skills.

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