Summer Academy 2022

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Memory-Friendly Teaching

Teaching the Ways Brains Naturally Remember!

July 21–22, 2022
All Grades

How do we make learning stick? Successful teaching is creating lasting memories for academic content and skills. But too often, our students struggle to remember what we have taught. Based on decades of memory research, this game-changing book helps you create unforgettable learning. Dr. Kagan provides a detailed overview of the 7 must-know memory systems for teachers. Understanding the memory systems is like having a user manual to our students’ minds. When we know which system is responsible for which kind of memory, we can target the system that naturally remembers the content we’re trying to teach. For each memory system, Dr. Kagan provides memory-friendly tools, strategies, and structures to help you engage students and cement each type of learning. Become a memory-friendly teacher with this one-of-a-kind resource! WS# 33758

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  • Cement Learning with Research-Based Teaching Tools
  • Help Students Acquire and Recall Knowledge Easily
  • Promote Retention for Procedures and Events
  • Expand Students’ Memory Capacity
  • Understand Your Students’ Brains Better
  • Make Teaching and Learning More Fun

Workshop Info

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Check-in: 8:00 am
Course: 8:30 am–4:00 pm

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“Outstanding information regarding the structures, social skills, classroom management and brain friendly cooperative learning strategies. It was outstanding! Best training I’ve been to in 18 years!”

Angela Kinsolving, 3rd Grade Teacher

“Exceptional. In my 22 years in education, this is one of the best trainings I've ever been involved with. Definitely can utilize strategies easily and right away and grow from there.”

Amy Croxford, 6-8th Grade SPED Teacher

“The content was engaging, relevant, and helpful! I have tools that I can use in my classroom tomorrow and feel comfortable doing so.”

—Johanna Yeldell 5th Grade Teacher

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