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Preconference Workshop

Understanding How We Learn Applying Key Educational Psychology Concepts in the Classroom

This workshop offers a foundational understanding of educational terms often tossed about in discussions of student learning, and a range of solutions to challenges they commonly encounter in the classroom. In a succinct, jargon-free interactive presentation, concepts from educational psychology will be introduced to illuminate what’s going through the minds of learners as they grapple with new information. Summaries of each key concept, explaining the terminology, its background, relevance to student learning, and ideas and tips for immediate application in teaching. This workshop is aimed at educators seeking to understand student learning and classroom strategies for improving student engagement in the learning process. 

When:Thursday, October 17, 2019

              8:30am to 11:30am

Registration fee of $75.00 includes a continental breakfast and boxed lunch.

Space is Limited to 50 participants, so register early to save your space.


Facilitated by: Todd Zakrajsek, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill





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