Joyful Learning Experiences that Disrupt Poverty

Bryan Goodwin

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Bryan Goodwin presents: Using Brain Science to Design and Deliver Joyful Learning Experiences that Disrupt Poverty

Decades of cognitive science and recent scientific research in classroom make one thing clear: all students are capable of classroom success, especially when their learning experiences reflect how their brains acquire, process, and retain information. During this webinar you’ll learn (and experience) a six phase model of learning based on decades of cognitive science. You’ll also be introduced to three powerful teaching strategies that emerge from scientific research in classrooms with diverse learners that have been shown to lift all learners and challenge them with high expectations while unleashing their curiosity, supporting deep learning, and making learning fun.

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Bryan Goodwin

Bryan Goodwin is President and CEO of McREL International, a nonprofit school improvement organization that works to transform school systems worldwide by applying the science of learning and teaching in classrooms. He has written many books that translate research into practice for educators, including The New Classroom Instruction that Works: The Best Researchbased Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement (ASCD, 2022), Learning that Sticks: A BrainBased Model for K—12 Instructional Design and Delivery (ASCD, 2020); and The 12 Touchstones of Good Teaching: A Checklist for Staying Focused Every Day (ASCD, 2013). He also writes a regular research column for ASCD’s monthly Educational Leadership magazine and shared insights with audiences from across the Caribbean, Mideast, North America, South America, Oceania, and Australia. He holds a B.A. from Baylor University and an M.A. from the University of Virginia