"Biobehavioral states" describe a student's arousal level, on a range from fully asleep to highly agitated. How does a student’s biobehavioral state affect his or her availability for learning, and what instructional learning strategies can support learning objectives?
In this presentation, Christopher Russell discussed strategies to increase states of behavior in daily activities and educational settings.
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