Educational resources for schools and public health
©2011 Learning ZoneXpress
Total run time: 62 minutes
Audience: Grades 7 - Adult
Buy all three "The Brain" Series DVD's and SAVE! This set of DVDs bring a practical, easy to understand approach to how children's brains learn best. The DVD set includes:
The Brain: Developing Memory in Developing Brains #3525-DVD – 21 minutes
Discover how the basic workings of the brain influence our memory and how we learn and what can be done to encourage healthy brain development in children. Presents practical approaches parents and caregivers can do to promote learning.
The Brain: Activity, Sleep & Boredom DVD #300010 – 20 minutes
Physical activity and quality sleep are both vital for healthy bodies, as well as healthy brains. In this DVD, a stoplight is used as a symbol to represent activity, boredom, and sleep as the importance of each in the brain's memory and learning are explored.
The Brain: Pattern, Structure & Novelty DVD #300011 – 21 minutes
Our brains are wired to perceive patterns and structure in the world around us. Discover how to give young children the structure that they need to set up a strong foundation for learning, and how to add new activities and ideas in ways that nurture their hunger for learning.
Three educational DVDs from Learning ZoneXpress, intended for viewers from grade 7 to adult, are brimming with invaluable information about brain development in young people.
"The Brain: Activity, Sleep & Boredom" (20 min.) explores how all three of its titular aspects are crucial for developing brains. Physical activity is vital to keep the brain healthy as well as the body; sleep is indispensable to the brain's daily recuperation; and even simple boredom, or "doing nothing", plays a critical role to helping the brain process the world around it, and even the cornerstone to stimulating creativity.
"The Brain: Pattern, Structure & Novelty" (21 min.) explores the importance of both structure and innovation in aiding young children with developing brains. Stability is necessary to help children feel secure and learn, but their brains are always in search of new interests to avoid boredom! Striking the proper balance between familiarity and exciting new surprises is essential to encourage learning and development.
"The Brain: Developing Memory in Developing Brains" rounds out this exceptional series, highly recommended especially for public or grade school/high school DVD libraries and homeroom viewing.
--The Midwest Book Review, May 2011