Student Engagement Engaging Student Long Term Memory
Student Engagement The instructional area of students engagement in the classroom has been identified as an area needing improvement. Students engagement takes on a myriad of structures and strategies. The focus is putting students at the center of the learning, giving them ownership of their learning, and being able to self-asses their progress. This session will focus on a few ways students can be engaged.
Engaging Student Long Term Memory Focusing on Cognitive structures is an efficient and effective way to support student learning of new concepts and vocabulary at all levels. This session is designed to provide you with research-based, memory-enhancement techniques that require students to transform information or elaborate on it in various ways (creating visual images and mnemonic devices, relating new information to prior knowledge, etc.).
President- Dr. Akemi Stout
Executive VP- Geraldine BenDer
Executive VP for Membership- Lynn SchnEIder
Executive VP for Paraprofessionals- Morris Mock, SR.