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There it is, the

Manual for Brain Users

captivatin like a thriller
beautiful like a romance and
putting the TV news into the shade

1. Filmclips provide entertaining information
2. Short texts help to understand difficulties
3. Smilies give advice
4. PDFs explain the scientiffic background

 

Just click through the chapters
in the right column

 

 

Backgrounds of this OECD programme  leave the Ivory Tower of science and meet you in a pragmagtic and entertaining way in the chapters of the Didactic-Pilot.

 

in English  

en Français  

auf Deutsch   

in Czech    

in Lithuanian  

in Turkish   

  in Hungarian     

русский   

in Spanish (comming soon)

 

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BIOGRAPHY IN THE BRAIN



THE DAY SCHEDULE OF THE BRAIN



IT-TECHNICS IN THE BRAIN


 

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Biography in the Brain

Missed the train
What brain cells need at which age.

Where there’s a will, there’s a way
What the brain can and cannot do.

Boys will be boys
What the boy’s IQ needs

The Day Schedule of the Brain 

Anxiety kills brain cells
What protects neurons and builds new ones.

Happiness is the same thing as learning!
Why lessons have to be exciting.                   

Violence as screen entertainment
How TV programmes can be a time bomb.

Grumbling makes you stupid
How our criticism changes us.

Neither stick nor carrot
Why rewards score an own goal.  

When to swot, when to watch TV
Why pleasure BEFORE work leads to success.   

IT-Technics in the Brain

Feelings are ‚memory keys’
Why actors would make the best teachers.

Blame drills mistakes
How we should replace the „red pen“.

The beginning decides!
In which way we become responsible for children’s later careers.

Bypasses for our ‘reptile brain’
How we can help each other.

Get your mind in order
Why the brain does not need books but maps.

Linkin up vocabulary
How foreign languages become one with the mother tongue.


The project N° 2009-1-FR1-GRU06-07061 « Art : a basic human need. Neurodidactic Answers to increasing social challenges» has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the respective authors, and neither the Commission nor the project partners can be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.