Brain-based learning, which is designed with reference to the development of a child’s brain, is an effective teaching strategy. It deliberately and purposefully promotes and encourages students to interact with one another, learn and participate actively in class.  Teachers provide opportunities for students to learn in a safe and enjoyable environment so that they can build up self-confidence, self-discipline and group learning attitudes.  In addition, through lesson observation, lesson assessment and lesson preparation, teachers have strengthened their understanding of “matching the characteristics of the human brain” and “mind-oriented” teaching modes, and have put into place the long-term teacher professional development for the whole school.