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As some of you may know, I recently spent an enriching two weeks meeting with ESOL teachers in Peru and Ecuador. We discussed how our knowledge about the brain can inform our approaches to both teaching and learning.  As always, hearing about the challenges and successes of my fellow teachers has invigorated my thinking about the learning brain and pedagogical strategy.

See my trip agenda and some photos from the sessions below!

PERU

July 24, 2017: Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano (ICPNA) de Chiclayo

– Smart Practice: Brain-based Approaches to Teaching

– Student Speak: The Essential Role of Elaboration in Student Learning

– Multimodal Learning: Engaging the Whole Brain in the Classroom

July 25: ICPNA Cusco

– Smart Practice: Brain-based Approaches to Teaching

– Student Speak: The Essential Role of Elaboration in Student Learning

– Multimodal Learning: Engaging the Whole Brain in the Classroom

July 26: El Cultural, Trujillo

– Right from the Start: Metacognitive Skills for Low-Level Learners

July 27: ESAN Graduate School of Business, Lima & Ricardo Palma University

– Project Success Program Training

ECUADOR

July 31: Bénédict International Language School, Guayaquil

– Smart Practice: Brain-based Approaches to Teaching

August 1: Centro Ecuatoriano Norteamericano (CEN) de Guayaquil

– Teaching Integrated Skills with Future

– Student Speak: The Essential Role of Elaboration in Student Learning

– Multimodal Learning: Engaging the Whole Brain in the Classroom

August 2: CEN de Guayaquil

– Developing Student Resilience: Encourage Effortful Learning in the Classroom

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