3 edition of Brain-Friendly Math Games for Raising Student Achievement found in the catalog.
Brain-Friendly Math Games for Raising Student Achievement
Carol M. Brooks
by Corwin Press .
Written in English
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Take Off – TouchDown – Say something, if true, stand up, if not sit down instead of raising hand, moves whole body Leads to more glucose and oxygen in the brain than just raising hand Better nourishment Brain Craves Novelty Mix up structures.
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This is the dopamine-reward part of the system that relates to the compelling aspects of achievable challenge computer games. When players make progress toward the achievement of their goals and feel the pleasure the dopamine-reward they remain intrinsically motivated to persevere through the next challenges of the game (Gee, ).
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