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Mr Fletcher

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Growth Mindset - The Mysterious World of Neurons

How does the brain actually work? Discuss in pairs/threes: What are neurons? How do we make connections between them? Think of an example where you made some new connections in your brain. What were you doing? What can you do this week to make some new connections? Set one specific goal. Share these ideas with the class! seesaw activity - In pairs/threes, discuss: 1. What part of the brain did you learn about today? 2. What did you do today to make connections between your neurons? 3. What is one big challenge you've faced that has helped grow your brain? 4. What’s a new challenge you want to tackle now? Then add and share your ideas using label on the templates. Use addpage to add any further ideas you have. Once completed check to upload to seesaw class journal.

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, Home Learning, Social Emotional Learning, Social Studies
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Session 4 - Mysterious world of neurons How does the brain actually work? – neurons connect Video and discussion questions: https://ideas.classdojo.com/f/growth-mindset-4 Activity idea: Use the questions below to guide a discussion. Feel free to ask the children to respond in groups using Seesaw, 1. What part of the brain did you learn about today? 2. What did you do today to make connections between your neurons? 3. What is one big challenge you've faced that has helped grow your brain? 4. What’s a new challenge you want to tackle now?