|Workshop:||The Multiple Pathways Model for Using Brain Research to Enhance and Energize Instruction|
|Presented by:||Janet Zadina, Ph. D, Assistant Professor, Neuroscience|
|Time:||Wednesday, May 29 11:00 am|
|Max number of participants:||60|
Neuroscience indicates that the more modalities by which learners encode information, the easier that information is to learn and recall. Go beyond visual, auditory, and kinesthetic and find out about other powerful learning pathways in the brain! Learn strategies for stimulating these pathways in your classroom activities and assignments. Learn how to avoid "drill and kill" and get more learning in less time. . Discover what part of the brain you are responsible for helping to develop! You will leave energized and validated and eager to get to the classroom to put everything you learn into action!