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Brain Based Learning Learning

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Geoffrey Caine

Geoffrey Caine is a writer and an education
consultant and process coach specializing in
Brain/Mind Learning.  His work carries him
throughout the
United States and abroad where he consults with
schools and educational organizations. 

Renate Caine

She and her husband, Geoffrey Caine,
founded The Caine Learning Institute,
located in Idyllwild, California. The Institute
is dedicated to “expanding the family of
those working with the Brain/Mind Learning
Principles.”

1st Principle

earning engages the physiology.

All students learn more effectively when
involved in experiences
that naturally call on the use of their
senses

2nd Principle
The brain/mind is social.

All students learn more effectively
when their social nature and need for
relationship are engaged and
honored.

3rd Principle

he search for meaning is innate.

All students can learn more
effectively when their interests and
ideas are engaged and honored.

4th Principle

earch for meaning occurs through patter

All students increase learning when
new patterns are linked to what
they already understand.

5th Principle

motions are critical to patterning.

All students can learn more
effectively when appropriate
emotions are elicited by their
experiences.

6th Principle
The brain/mind processes parts and
simultaneously.
All students can learn more effectively
when their experience gives them a sense
of the whole that links the details (facts
and information).

7th Principle
Learning involves both focused
attention and peripheral
perception
All students can learn more effectively
when their attention is deepened and
multiple layers of the context are used
to support learning.

8th Principle

rning is both conscious and unconscious

All students can learn more
effectively when given time to reflect
and acknowledge their own learning.

9th Principle

re are at least two approaches to memor

All students can learn more effectively
when taught through experiences that
engage multiple ways to remember.

10th Principle

earning is developmental

All students can learn more effectively if
individual differences in maturation and
development are taken into
consideration.

11th Principle
Complex learning is enhanced by
challenge and inhibited by threat
associated with helplessness and
fatigue.
All students can learn more effectively
in a supportive, empowering and
challenging environment.

12th Principle

ach brain is uniquely organized

All students can learn more effectively
when their unique, individual talents,
abilities, and capacities are engaged.

Left and Right brain Functions

Getting both sides of the
brain to work together

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