LEARNING TO HOLD STUDENTS ACCOUNTABLE WHILE BETTER UNDERSTANDING THE BRAIN’S EMOTIONAL CLIMATE AND NEEDS
This is a two-part webinar: Part 1 – February 1, 2024 & Part 2 – March 21, 2024
PRESENTER: Angela Beyer Instructor and Chair of the Education and Early Childhood Education Department San Joaquin Delta College
PART 1: FEBRUARY 1, 2024, 5:00-6:30 PM
PART 2: MARCH 21, 2024, 5:00-6:30 PM
This presentation draws from the fields of neuroscience, cognitive psychology, and language. This newer academic discipline uses brain-based scientific findings to develop a novel approach to working with students of all ages. These highly engaging presentations combine storytelling and humor to communicate key neuroeducation principles.
Part one of this training is designed to help educators make a paradigm shift in their practice by utilizing knowledge about how our brain works. Understanding the science behind behavior and academic outcomes of students will allow educators to begin to make effective research-based changes for better overall results.
Part two of the training is designed to provide strategies that can be used in the classroom to change teaching practices for both classroom management and instruction. Participants can immediately apply these strategies in their own educational environments to effectively make positive changes.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:
Marlene Fong – MFong@cta.org or
Chandra McPeters – CMcPeters@cta.org
FEBRUARY 1 – HTTPS://BIT.LY/24GTCNORTH
MARCH 21 – HTTPS://BIT.LY/24GTCSOUTH