Engage Me! Using Brain-Powered Strategies & Lessons

This webinar took place on Tuesday, February 10, 2015 at 11:00am PDT

Engage your students, build higher-order thinking skills, and remove boredom from the classroom! Are you trying to figure out ways to fit all your curriculum, standards, and instructional needs in? Is that even possible? By using Brain-Powered Strategies and Brain-Powered Lessons, you can!

Join author LaVonna Roth, M.S.Ed., as she focuses on engaging students by using strategies informed by brain research that pinpoint how the brain learns. Research tells us that the brain needs to be engaged, lessons need to be differentiated to meet the needs of all learners, and students are tired of being bored. Walk away from this webinar with new strategies and how-to examples that make it easy to differentiate, embed higher-order thinking, implement student-owned thinking, and integrate best practices into your lessons; all while being aligned to rigorous state standards!

Get ready for an energetic and idea-packed webinar where we will share insights that will motivate and captivate you and your students. Raise your expectations, make a difference, and encourage students to be better than even we dreamed they could be with brain-powered strategies and lessons that engage students in learning!

 

About the Presenter:

LaVonna Roth, M.S.Ed., is an internationally known author, keynote speaker and consultant. Her passion is bridging neuroscience and education. Thousands of educators and students have benefited from her abundance of practical, applicable and down-to-earth strategies to the most common and frustrating issues in education. These strategies are a direct result from years of research, as well as, classroom and consulting experiences. LaVonna presents very interactive and engaging seminars and has done so across three continents. LaVonna has a Master's Degree in the Art of Teaching from Marygrove College and a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Walden University.

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