This course explores how the brain works and students’ learning styles and demonstrates practical ways that teachers can make every class a ‘learning to learn’ class where students have opportunities to use strategies that enable them to engage with and own their learning.
Intended Audience: Teachers (upper primary and second-level), Guidance Counsellors, Study Skills Co-ordinators, Parents.
Duration: 1hr 15mins.
By the end of the course participants will:
✅ understand the brain and the role the different parts play in well-being and learning - the survival brain, the stressed brain, the thinking brain, the contented brain.
✅ engage in a range of activities to enable the learner to establish their learner profile - their preferred learning style(s) and learning conditions.
✅ discuss the implications for learning and be familiar with a range of strategies - active and reflective - to match the learner’s innate strengths, empowering them to become more independent in their learning.
|Course Date||29-11-2021 6:00 pm|
|Course End Date||29-11-2021 7:15 pm|