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Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the amount of content you have to teach?

Do you sometimes struggle between wanting to engage your students and the pressure to
get through the material you need to cover?

If so, you are SO not alone.





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And that’s why I’m so excited about this interview!

Dr. Jared Cooney Horvath is a brain scientist who has great teaching advice for you.

In this interview you’re going to learn:
1. Why intentional engagement is so important to learning
2. What you can do to ensure your content sticks for all your students
3. How to teach with the brain in mind

I truly believe that when we understand how learning takes place, we can create the conditions to make that happen for all students.

We’re cheering you on!
William


A QUESTION FOR YOU: ↴

What’s your one take-away? Please tell us in the comments below and help inspire others.

3 Comments

  • Russell Polson says:

    My big takeaway is the notion that memory is more than the cognative, it is also the associated visuals, muscle memory and the accompanying emotion or feeling. I suppose it should have been obvious, but it’s not the traditional way we are taught to conceptualise memory. Thanks Will!

  • Denise Dempsey says:

    I have always tried to get students doing doing doing but was not sure about why. I just knew it works. This makes so much sense and I think my take away is to take some time to allow students to choose the doing for them centred on the focus information given.

  • Julia B says:

    I love how learning/memory is a total body experience. Often we are just focused on the brain/what’s going on in the mind, but learning and memory involves our whole body and becomes part of who we are. Thank you for the reminder!

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