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Trauma is the result of overloading the emotional circuits in the brain’s control center. Chronic traumatic effects follow overloads that damage the brain, development, wiring, chemistry and structure.

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Trauma is the result of overloading the emotional circuits in the brain’s control center. Chronic traumatic effects follow overloads that damage the brain, development, wiring, chemistry and structure. Some of this damage is immediate but most of it happens in the 48 hours following the traumatic event when the injured person is not able to return to joy and quiet because they have not developed the capacity due to immaturity or have an underdeveloped nervous system.

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This infographic discusses each of the following structures of the brain and their functions: Frontal Lobe, Parietal Lobe, Occipital Lobe, Cerebellum and Temporal Lobe. It also discusses the right and left hemispheres of the brain and what they are responsible for controlling.

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This infographic discusses each of the following structures of the brain and their functions: Frontal Lobe, Parietal Lobe, Occipital Lobe, Cerebellum and Temporal Lobe. It also discusses the right and left hemispheres of the brain and what they are responsible for controlling.

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Brain Foldable - 3 Big Foldables for Interactive Notebooks or Binders

There are three different BIG foldables of the brain (each made of two letter pages taped together). One shows internal brain structures, another shows the lobes of the brain and the third shows the important areas of the cortex. This large format provides: 1) enough room to record descriptions of all the functions of the parts 2) three clear diagrams to color 3) three fun foldables to use as all-in-one study guides for the brain. I drew each image in Adobe Illustrator to keep the lines…

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whole brain teaching

3rd Grade Thoughts: whole brain teaching As soon as I saw these, I immediately thought of using them as alternatives to our class' 10-Finger Woo! You can read all about that HERE, but the short of it is that anytime a student volunteers/shares an answer/does something awesome in my class, I'll say, "Let's give so-and-so a 10-Finger Woo!"

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