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Student Learning That Sticks: How to Spark Your Students' Interest and Support Deep, Memorable Learning Book Study-1/27, 2/24, & 3/23/2022 - 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. (PT)

  • 01/27/2022
  • 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Book Study & Author Chat Webinar

Registration

  • *Reimbursement of Book "Learning That Sticks" if participant attends all 3 webinars and furnishes receipt of Book purchase, up to $30.00

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California ASCD and McREL presents:  

         Student Learning That Sticks:  How to Spark Your Students' Interest and Support Deep, Memorable Learning

Book Study & Author Chat Webinar

Institute Description:

California ASCD and McREL International will partner during winter of 2022 to provide CASCD members with an opportunity to read the ASCD book "Learning That Sticks:  A Brain-Based Model for K-12 Instructional Design and Delivery"  and engage in conversation with authors Bryan Goodwin and Tonia Gibson during three online sessions of 45-60 minutes.

3 sessions 

January 27, 2022 at 3:30 p.m. (PT) - Session  1

Book Reading: Preface through Chapter 1 - Q & A with authors

Teaching Less, Learning More

Questions for Participants as they read and prepare for Session 1:

  • What's the difference between planning for teaching and planning for learning?
  • What do you know about how people learn?  How have your assumptions about learning changed after reading?
  • Does this help you understand how?

February 24, 2022 3:30 PM (PT) Session 2

Book Reading: Chapters 2-5 - Q & A with authors

Sparking Student Interest and Making Learning Stick

Questions for participants as they read and prepare for Session 2:

  • Do you see connections among these "phases of learning" and supporting students' readiness to learn and their social-emotional learning and development?
  • What do you see happening within students when they truly connect with or internalize what they're learning?
  • How long should students work on a task before taking a brain break?
  • If a student doesn't "get it", what is really going on with their learning experience?
  • Reflect on your own practice:  How do you help students make sense of their learning?
  • You've been told what strategies to use, but do you know why and when?

March 23, 2022 p.m. (PT) - Session 3

Book Reading:  Chapters 6-8 - Q & A with authors

Supporting Deep, Meaningful, Lasting Learning

Questions for participants as they read and prepare for Session 3:

  • As teachers, why should we pause and reflect on our students' learning?
  • Why is it important for students to look back and reflect upon their own cumulative learning?
  • What prevents us from doing extension activities?
  • How do I start applying this in my classroom?
Registration:

All Participants *$50 per person includes all 3 sessions

*also includes reimbursement of Book "Learning That Sticks" if participant attends all 3 webinars and furnishes receipt of book purchase, up to $30.00.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.   

Presenters:  Bryan Goodwin & Tonia Gibson!


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