Sunday, November 13, 2011

Blog Post #12

Watch the video Whole Brain Teaching Look at the different ways that Chris teaches this middle school class the basics. How could this work in your classroom? Give your perspective on The Whole Brain Teaching. Write using a quality blog post.

Chris Biffle gives this classroom a chance to learn how to use there entire brain. This technique is very interesting. I actually will use this to teach my daughter,a first grader, some of the activities that are required for homework. This should be used in all classrooms, just as Twitter. I really enjoyed this video and actually watched many more. You can teach the class the classroom rules and many math skills as well. One teacher on YouTube taught her class the way to learn how to do math by using "Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally" P=parentheses, E=exponent, M=multiply, D=divide, A=add, S=subtract. This is a great way to learn as well. *claps hands* TEACH!


  1. This was a very energetic classroom. I agree with everything you said dealing with this being another method for students to learn and also keep as the school year goes alone.Great post!!!

  2. Roshawnda,

    This is pretty cool! I have never seen this teaching technique before. It is definitely a way to engage the entire class and get kids to associate with peers they would not normally interact with.

  3. I appreciate what he teacher in the classroom is trying to do and enjoyed seeing it utilized. This is something that any teacher could use to help make lesson more interesting and help students learn. Good job.