Learning and the Brain 58: The Science of Teaching During a Pandemic

Online Feb 20 9:00 am to 5:30 pm - Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Price: $51 to $250


Many students are struggling to stay focused and motivated in today’s distracting, disconnected, and distance-hybrid learning environments. Fortunately, research findings from brain and cognitive sciences may provide insights into ways to improve student learning, motivation, focus and concentration, autonomy, thinking and knowledge building, as well as best teaching practices for online and in the classroom.

This virtual conference will bring the Science of Learning to teaching online and in school. It will explore evidence-based strategies to provide effective instruction; rethink instructional design, use assessments and feedback; rebuild knowledge and mastery; motivate students and develop autonomy; increase focus and reduce distractions; create active, interactive, and hands-on learning; and use interventions, tools, and technology to improve student learning.

Learning and the Brain 58: The Science of Teaching During a Pandemic

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