The Right Frame for Learning

Jessica Baggett

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Jessica Baggett presents: The Right Frame of Learning

Students must be in the right frame of mind before learning occurs. Because poverty skews that frame for some, teachers need purposeful strategies to ensure learning for all. In this session, teachers will gain a better understanding of the negative impact poverty has on learning. I will share specific strategies that provide targeted support for students that struggle academically, socially, emotionally, and behaviorally as a result of poverty. Teachers will learn how to make meaningful connections, create a positive learning environment, and set high expectations that allow all students to maximize their potential.

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Jessica Baggett

After graduating from Arkansas Tech University in 2006, I began my teaching career. Currently, I am a 3rd grade teacher at Crawford Elementary in my hometown of Russellville, AR. In 2020, I earned the distinction of becoming a National Board Certified Teacher. Aside from our careers, my husband and I are kept busy with our two sons.