Webinar - Making the Most of Online School & Technology Use – A Brain-Based Perspective
The pandemic has forced many schools to close and move online abruptly. This has caused disruptions for all stakeholders – students, parents, teachers and administrators. From managing the short attention spans of preschoolers to motivating disengaged teens, the online school experience has brought about challenges, lessons and stresses for many. There are also concerns about the extended use of technology and devices in our children.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss the challenges of distance learning and technological use from a brain-based perspective for students from preschoolers to teens. We’ll also explore ways to maximise this experience and provide ideas to make the most for all who are learning or teaching from home. A shift in paradigm, expectations and deliverables, or a fresh way of looking at education, may help all of us to come out more successfully from this unwelcomed situation.
Join us in this webinar to gain the latest neuroscientific insights on the online learning experience and how best to help your learners (and yourself!) take advantage of this opportunity.
Attend this webinar to:
Understand the real constraints on students’ attention and focus with home-based learning
Explore a fresh paradigm in shifting focus from the “what” of learning to the “how” of learning, which may be more aligned with the online school experience
Learn about the latest brain-based advices on technological use in children from preschoolers to teens
Join us in this webinar to gain the latest neuroscientific insights ononline learning
Suitable for: School administrators, teachers, counsellors, psychologists, allied educators, therapists, parents or anyone interested in the learning brain.
Date:Thursday November 12th, 2020
Time: London 1:30pm / Dubai 5:30pm
Duration: 1 hour
No Charge / free
(If you cannot make the live session don't worry! All registrants will receive a recording of the webinar)