Event: ace | 24 Apr 2019 ,
Price: Free | More: PDF brochure or link
What is the connection between neglected instructional techniques and underachievement?
Is it possible to design a learning experience for everyone?
Disengaged learners cannot and will not achieve mastery in their content. Hot cognition is a learning framework that skyrockets engagement and retention. Come join Session #6 of our 10 session webinar series that will transform you into a super-instructor, facilitator, and communicator. Attendance at prior webinars is not necessary. Participants will investigate the theoretical foundation behind learning modalities, challenge common misperceptions, and leave with strategies to incorporate multiple sensory channels to intensify connection, memory, and achievement.
Warning: This is not your typical webinar. Participants will fill their tool boxes to overflowing through live interaction with the material and other attendees. Laugh, chat, share, build, vote, create, decide, solve. Come ready to set your learning ablaze!
Audience: Anyone who would like to become a better instructor and learner. This webinar is perfect for teachers, parents, coaches, employers, trainers, administrators, Higher Ed faculty, and students at the secondary and collegiate levels.
When: April 24th, 8:00 am – 9:15 am Pacific / 11:00 am – 12:15 pm Eastern / World Times
Anabel Jensen, Ph.D., President of Six Seconds
For more than 40 years, Dr. Anabel Jensen has pioneered the instruction of emotional intelligence competencies in education. Dr. Jensen is the current President of Six Seconds, a network devoted to helping communities develop positive change, and the founder of four thriving schools. Dr. Jensen was the principal of the Nueva School when Daniel Goleman came and wrote about the model emotional intelligence program there; under her guidance the school also won two Federal Blue Ribbon Awards for Excellence in Education. Dr. Jensen has co-authored four books on teaching EQ, and she is Chair and Professor in Education at Notre Dame de Namur University. Her background includes the teaching and supervising of instruction from preschool to the university level. Anabel received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley.
Cherilyn Leet, M.Ed., Assistant Director of Education for Six Seconds
With over a decade of classroom experience, Cherilyn’s goal is to integrate social emotional learning into all levels of education. Cherilyn develops curriculum, assessments, and workshops about emotional intelligence competencies in her role at Six Seconds. An active member of the EQ community in North America, Cherilyn has co-directed an experiential conference on brain-based learning and has presented workshops on the topics of technology integration, teacher coaching, and SEL programming. Cherilyn is the recipient of a Fulbright grant, during which she taught students at the university level and developed training programs for faculty in Colombia. Cherilyn holds her M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction (Gifted and Talented) from Arizona State University.
Date/Time: 24 Apr 2019
. 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM