Have you ever wondered why learning seems to challenge some students more than others? Have you looked for ways to make it easier and questioned the motivation of some students?
This course looks into these questions and provides learning science-backed strategies that we educators can provide to support the almost always effortful, and oftentimes difficult, learning process! It is part of a series from ISTE's learning sciences initiative, Course of Mind, that debunks common myths about learning.
Opens May 2! This course is self-paced and can be completed anytime within six months of the course open date.
Who it's for:
- Teachers (K-12, any subject)
- Instructional technology coaches
- Instructional designers
- Instructional coordinators / Curriculum developers / Curriculum specialists
- Course length: 2 hours
- Cost: $19 Member/$25 Non-member
- Course style: Self-paced
Dr. Teresa Caswell is an elementary school principal in Wake County, North Carolina, and an instructional assistant at Johns Hopkins School of Education within the Online EdD program. Her dissertation research focused on integrating critical reflection into equity- and identity-focused professional learning to increase cultural competency. Her current research-to-practice interests include integrating identity-development with teacher instructional practices to positively impact student outcomes. Dr. Caswell’s own professional background includes K-12 art education, post-secondary art history, and the integration of both into projects using learning-science strategies to support the learning of every student.