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High-Expertise Teaching - Module 5: Using Principles of Learning to Maximize Student Learning and Engagement

Workshop Details

Date(s): December 5, 2019
Time: 8:30AM-3:30PM
Place: Workshop location has changed to:
Springfield EMC Training Center
525 Mill Street
Presenter: TBD
Audience: This course is applicable for teachers, instructional leaders, and administrators
Capacity: 45-50 participants
Fees: See fee schedule
  • Explain the meaning and the benefits of at least 10 Principles of Learning that can be applied to most learning experiences
  • Increase the effectiveness and efficiency of learning experiences by strategically selecting and applying relevant Principles of Learning
  • Develop a plan for teaching students about Principles of Learning that can support them when they are working independently
Description: How can we design learning experiences to maximize student engagement and increase the rate and durability of learning for students? This is the focus question for a one-day exploration of 24 research-based principles of learning that can be applied and embedded in everyday lesson design. We will consider principles related to designing for cognitive impact and designing for motivational impact, as well as technical principles of design and principles impacting attention and engagement.
Lunch: No lunch will be provided.
Prerequisites: Module 1 is a prerequisite for all additional modules.

One hour graduate credit available or participants will be provided a certificate for PDUs based on the training hours. Credit registration information provided on first day of training.

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