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DEVELOPING THE CAPACITY OF TEACHERS AND PARENTS TO WORK TOGETHER TO SUPPORT STUDENT LEARNING

From Tension to Trust

Increase confidence in teachers to develop trusted relationships with parents

Schedule:
Join me for this free informative webinar on Monday 19th June at 7.30pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (Check your local times if outside Australia)

Investment:
FREE

Duration:
1 hour including Q&A Session

Hosted by:
Rachel Stewart sharing strategies for teachers to engage parents in cognitive learning

Webinar Overview​

Research has shown that cognitive skills are a determining factor in an individual’s learning ability. The process of acquiring knowledge includes strengthening cognitive skills; the skills that “identify those learners who are growing from the learners who are challenged.”

In essence, when cognitive skills are strong, learning is fast and easy. When cognitive skills are weak, learning becomes a struggle.

As teachers you are constantly faced with limited time to address challenges or to identify the specific cognitive skills that may need improvement for each individual student.

This may be causing unnecessary anxiety for both you and the students who can quickly become disengaged or give up, leading to behavioural challenges you then need to manage in the classroom.

Parents have a role to play in supporting both you as teachers and their children as learners. Often they don’t realise how important their role is to support cognitive learning and strengthening children’s ability to learn at school.

How would it feel if you had a tool that could  easily help you to personalise learning specifically related to the improvement of cognitive skills so critical for learning the concepts you are trying to teach?

How would it feel also to have the support of parents to implement the strategies you are able to provide for your students?

Did you know there are 90 cognitive skills that every individual can learn and use to improve their ability to learn?

Cognitive challenges encompass various factors that can hinder a learner’s ability to remember information, solve problems, be flexible and creative in their thinking and comprehend concepts. Evidence has demonstrated that when you strengthen cognitive skills, the neural pathways in the brain become clearer, making it easier for us to retain and recall information, to make connections in our thinking and conceptualising as well as increase engagement and focus on learning. 

You are invited to a free webinar aimed at shedding light on these issues and more that prevent your students from excelling in their learning, providing you with valuable insights and strategies. Our mission is to support the adults who surround children and to help students to thrive and to support you to achieve your teaching goals, as well as the opportunity to work alongside parents as partners in their children’s learning. 

These strategies have assisted teachers to improve their practice and support their students in over 25 countries globally.

Register now for Cognitive Skills Determine Learning Ability

Date & Time: Thursday, 8th June 2023: 8:30 pm

Friday, 9th June 2023: 3:30pm

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All participants receive a “Participation Certificate” for attending free webinars.

Why should I attend this webinar?

Our partners at Energia SOI explore children’s cognitive learning from an holistic, strength based approach in knowing that brain differences are normal, rather than deficits. This concept and way of thinking can reduce the stigma around learning and thinking differences in children.

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Your Host

Rachel Saliba

Rachel is Founder and Director of Practically Learning, specialising in guiding schools and families to embrace a culture of family engagement in learning so that together, they can provide the support and encouragement children need to thrive in learning and in life. Rachel is a Certified Energia SOI Cognitive Learning Specialist and Professional Learning facilitator, creating connections between parents, teachers and students as partners in learning.

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