This two-part workshop will include sessions for teachers and school leaders that will include “Celebrate the Cerebrum” (October 11) an overview of the integration of cognitive science on the “teaching and learning process, and “Sending Out an SOS for SEL”, a session (October 12) designed to bring social emotional learning into the daily procedures of lesson planning. This session will also feature the LEAP model for overcoming poverty/achievement gaps. Resources for participants include: “Rich Brain/Poor Brain” and “Brain Tips”.
This workshop is in two parts and participants will be registered for both dates. Resources will be mailed to the participants following the workshop. The workshop will be presented virtually. Log-in information will be provided prior to the workshop.
Dr. Linda Karges-Bone is the author of 34 books. She holds a doctorate in education from the University of South Carolina in Curriculum and Instruction. she has keynoted and presented in 45 states and is one of a handful of speakers invited to address the past seven National Title I Conferences. Dr. Bone is known as a “teacher’s teacher” who is able to weave and align theory and practice into immediate, applicable, powerful strategies for classroom use.
How to Register: Visit the Frontline Education website