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Brain Quiz Teaching Strategies

This 6 Question Quiz will test your knowledge of teaching strategies? Do you know which strategies result in better learning and retention?

Possible Results from Quiz:

  1. Brainiac, Masterful Teacher
  2. Brain Aware, Great Teacher
  3. Learning About the Brain

We know the brain requires experience that activate working memory and long-term memory. Do you know which teaching strategies do this?

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