- xiii, 93 pages : illustrations, forms ; 28 cm
- Contents: Background : the nature of the learner: teaching to the learner's brain -- The knowing : planning and establishing for the instructional domain -- Using a readiness set -- Developing sense and meaning.Includes bibliographical references.Summary: A Field Guide for Setting the Stage: Delivering the Plan Using the Learner's Brain Model addresses the nature of the learner and how to plan and deliver instruction for long-term learning. This field guide is intended as a tool for administrators, teachers, parents, or students as it includes activities and worksheets for planning lessons and delivering effective lessons for skill reinforcement. It is an excellent supplement to Setting the Stage: Using the Learner's Brain Model and can be used as a stand-alone text. This field guide begins with understanding the nature of the learner. Once the lesson is planned, introducing the lesson to hook student interest is next. Once "hooked", making sense and having meaning will ensure that the information gets stored in long-term memory, which is the goal of every teacher--back cover.