In today’s world, budgets are tighter than ever. Principals are now tasked with a great amount of staff training… so we’ve made it easier for you!
Eric Jensen’s Brain-Based PowerPoint presentations to help you deliver a clear concise learning experience and a powerful presentation to your teaching staff.
The PowerPoint presentations have been created for:
- Trainers who work with groups of 20 or more
- Staff developers who really want to make a difference in the lives of others
- Teachers who want a more energizing classroom and
- Anyone who currently or will in the future, spend a lot time in front of groups.
All brain-based teaching presentations have title slides and closing slides. Average presentation will be 75-125 slides, depending on the topic. You may customize (in fact, you are encouraged to do so), your slides by adding your own titles, key themes, strategies, persons of interest, school pictures and activities.
The PowerPoints are intended for the user to customize. The content on these PowerPoints is designed to support the structure and body of your intended presentation – please note that notes are not included. You’ll want to add title slides, school based specifics and, of course add the activities and processes that make it come alive.
Powerpoint Presentations are grouped below by specific audience and goals… and for a limited time, are now reduced from $99 to only $79 each. * Checks/Purchase Orders Accepted for PowerPoint Orders of 3 Or More items.
Select the PowerPoint grouping that best matches the target and objective of your brain-based staff training presentation…or click here to view complete list of Teacher Staff Development PowerPoints
Teaching with Poverty in Mind
Finally, get the newest version of the blockbuster ASCD book! Learn the newest research on what poverty does to kids brains. Find out what are the four biggest factors that impact the brains of poverty.
Discover the real potential for change in every student’s brain. This updated presentation that helps teachers connect the research with the classroom-practical strategies. You get the brain scans, the key principles and most importantly, the teacher-tested ideas you can use immediately.
This 143-slide session has color, passion, science and still answers the question, “What do I do on Monday?” This shows links to differentiation, enrichment, learning and memory strategies. It is long enough for either a 2 hour, half-day or full day session. Staff will be talking about this presentation for weeks!
The support book recommended for this presentation is Teaching with Poverty in Mind by Eric Jensen.
Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind
This NEW presentation is the sequel to the original book “Teaching with Poverty in Mind.” The first portion still has many of the same eye-popping slides on the effects of poverty. But here the focus is more on engagement, building cognitive capacity plus building school and class culture. In order to benefit from this, you’ll need to have read the book or have attended a live Eric Jensen presentation. Presentation includes 200+ slides.
The support book recommended for this presentation is Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind by Eric Jensen.
These colorful brain-based PowerPoint presentations will engage, activate and prepare the young mind for more complex learning later in school.
Each presentation 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.
Focused on the adolescent and teen years, these are chock full of insights. All of the PowerPoint presentations are focused on better learning and better behaviors. Learn to understand the age group, then you can engage, activate and prepare them for the future.
Each brain-based teaching presentation focuses on both insights and instructional strategies. Each takes a different point of view. You can expect to get practical strategies you can use with the science background, too.
INSIGHTS & SOLUTIONS:
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.
Mastery Level for Professional Development
These are for the more advanced presenter. These all require background from the book Teaching with the Brain in Mind. These can all give you a deeper, richer understanding of your subject area.
In addition, you’ll also be able to deepen and broaden your skill set. Each is a must for those who consider themselves “ahead of the crowd.”
INSIGHTS & SOLUTIONS:
Special Needs & Exceptional Students
Compared to a more typical or healthy brain, these kids have brain differences that make school a unique challenge. See the brain scans and get the solutions you need.
When you understand the differences, you can also understand what they mean and which strategies will turn a struggling student into a success story.
Kids who grow up in poverty have unique cognitive, emotional and behavioral challenges. These PowerPoint presentations invite you to discover what’s different and what you can do to help these kids succeed.
You can turn D and F students into B and A students—if you know how! Every brain-based teaching presentation is backed by science, packed with practical strategies and overflowing with hope.
SPECIAL: Our Most Popular PowerPoint Trio! Get All Three For Only $158
In this PowerPoint Bundle, you receive:
1) Teaching with the Brain in Mind
This is the newly updated brain-based teaching presentation that helps teachers connect the research with the classroom-practical strategies. You get the brain scans, the key principles and most importantly, the teacher-tested ideas you can use immediately.
This is the fresh, cutting-edge 143-slide session with color, easy-to-understand science and yet still answers the question, “What do I do on Monday?” This shows links to differentiation, enrichment, learning and memory strategies.
Get beautiful brain scans! It is long enough for either a 2 hour, half-day or full day session. Staff will be talking about this presentation for weeks! The support book recommended for this presentation is (of course) Teaching with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.
2) Tools for Engagement
This is a “Tell-all” slide show and “The secret’s out of the bag” presentation perfect for staff developers and adult educators. The strategies can be used with students from grades 1-12 and adult.
You get a 148-color slide presentation that gives you the art and science behind engaging teaching. There’s no room for excuses or failures anymore. This gives you the all-time 10 best strategies for student engagement.
Expect staff to gain background and strategies to implement immediately. If you’re not using these brain-smart tools, you’re either working too hard or missing students. It is best used with the book Tools for Engagement by Eric Jensen
3) How to Implement Brain-Based Education
These days, it’s hard to avoid hearing about the brain. But what’s actually getting implemented and how are schools doing it?
This 96-slide presentation focuses on the 5 cores steps for making the transformation happen at your school. The first is buy-in. This presentation gives you the insider buy-in strategies that make staff approval a breeze! Next, your staff needs to tie it into something. You’ll see simple examples of how to do that, too.
Your staff will also need a research base or foundation for the process.
This gives you the core principles that will support the successful teaching with the brain in mind. Teachers need to make connections, too and this shows you how.
Finally, you’ll need the action steps. Learn how the top schools make it happen and make it happen at your workplace, too. The support book recommended for this presentation is Teaching with the Brain in Mind by Eric Jensen.