Neuroscience-Informed Approaches to Classroom Teaching, Character Development, and Well-Being
Metacognitive teaching gets to students to think, self-regulate, self analyze, and self-reflect. It doesn’t only apply to academics, but to behavior, task completion, and overall well-being. It’s an awareness of one’s thinking, learning, and performance ABOVE the subject matter.
I am one of the trainers in this teachers’ retreat.
Through the metacognitive approaches introduced at this training, you will be able to adjust your teaching to improve:
- Learning independence and executive functioning
- Feelings of safety and security in the classroom
- Language acquisition and speech development in a multilingual environment
- Reading including for students with dysiexia
- and more