3 Approaches to Inspire Students: Applying Educational Theory


Topic

In this webinar, Eric Cohen will present 3 educational theories. He will provide an overview on each, and then provide specific examples on how the theory can be applied in class, or in the home.

By the end of the session the participant will have a much better feeling for how to design instruction that is engaging and effective.

What to look for in this webinar

Each theory is presented and pros and cons of each discussed. The focus is on how and when to use the different approaches. We’ll cover ways to assess and support learning.

The session is 60 minutes with ample time for questions and sharing ideas. Participants came to the session with ideas on topics they want to teach and, shared those ideas with the group for brainstorming. By the end of the session, attendees should have new ideas for presenting and teaching.

The session is targeted to teachers, and to parents, and to anyone interested in Educational Artistry.


About the author -

Eric Cohen

Eric Cohen founded Funderstanding in 1994, a product of his passion for active and inspired learning. His day job is at a2xconsulting, where he helps small companies grow into big companies. He lives in NJ with his wife, 2 kids, dog - and his ever growing collection of fine whisky, good movies, and baseball books.


7 Responses to 3 Approaches to Inspire Students: Applying Educational Theory

  1. cassie Cross says:

    I will be away for this webinar but would like to see it at a later date if that is possible.  thanks Cassie Cross

    • Zhahir says:

      Thank you for reading! Your blog sondus interesting and I will check it out immediately! Ok, I checked out your site and its awesome! Also I found your other site on vegitarian recipes which I will now be reading as well. I wanted to contact you, but your email is not working and I couldn’t find another one on your blog, so get back to me if you see this.Thanks, Mike

  2. Eric Cohen says:

    Hello Cassie, yes the recording will be available today in the website. If you was registered – you will receive an email and a link to access to the video.

    Thanks

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  3. Elza says:

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