|Presented by:||Dr. John Almarode|
|October 26, 2020 | 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM|
"I don't know" and "I don't remember" are phrases that haunt every classroom teacher and learner. How do we create experiences that lead to better learning for all students so that they will "know" and "remember"? Over the past fifteen years, the science of learning has provided many insights into how we think. This workshop shows you how to translate these insights into classroom practice! The body of research on how we learn provides well established principles and practices that enhance the learning outcomes for each of our students.
Practicing what we preach, you will take part in an edge-of-your-seat virtual learning experience that translates these principles to practices across multiple content areas and grade-levels. You will leave with strategies that will make learning stronger for all of your students.
This session addresses the LQS competencies
This session addresses the TQS competencies
This session is being offered on a cost recovery basis.
Dr. John Almarode
Dr. John Almarode has worked with schools, classrooms, and teachers all over the world. John began his career teaching mathematics and science in Augusta County to a wide-range of students. Since then, he has presented locally, nationally, and internationally on the application of the science of learning to the classroom, school, and home environments. He has worked with hundreds of school districts and thousands of teachers. In addition to his time in PreK – 12 schools and classrooms, he is an Associate Professor and Executive Director of Teaching and Learning in the College of Education at James Madison University. At JMU, he works with pre-service teachers and actively pursues his research interests including the science of learning, the design and measurement of classroom environments that promote student engagement and learning. John and his colleagues have presented their work to the United States Congress, the United States Department of Education as well as the Office of Science and Technology Policy at The White House. John has authored multiple articles, reports, book chapters, and over a dozen books on effective teaching and learning in today’s schools and classrooms. However, what really sustains John and is his greatest accomplishment is his family. John lives in Waynsboro, Virginia with his wife Danielle, a fellow educator, their two children, Tessa and Jackson, and Labrador retrievers, Angel, Forest, and Bella.
Registration Deadline: October 26, 2020
Registration Fee: $50.00