Demystifying Executive Functions in Preschool Children

Oct 9, 2012 by Scott Sterling

In a recent webinar, Dr. William Jenkins, a leader in the field of childhood brain development and one of the founders of Scientific Learning, presented on the importance of executive functions in the development of preschool students.

Brain-Building for Third Grade Reading Proficiency

Oct 2, 2012 by PC Munoz
Dr. Martha Burns talks about the sobering statistics related to third grade reading proficiency and offers solutions to get struggling readers back on track.

Using Twitter in School: 4 Ways Students and Teachers Can Connect With the World

Sep 27, 2012 by Scott Sterling
Are you using Twitter in the classroom with your students?  Here are some tips on how to use Twitter to connect with the world.

Behavior Problems in School: Empowering Students to Self Discipline

Sep 11, 2012 by Scott Sterling
Students with behavior problems will not “just grow out of it”. The same skill deficiencies that affect their success in school will affect their success in the workplace, if they make it that far.  What can be done?

Join Us for Our 2012 Fall Webinar Series for Educators

Sep 4, 2012 by Carrie Gajowski, MA
Our fall webinars begin this week and include topics on how the brain learns and how to increase student achievement.  Register today!

21st Century Learning: Preparing Students Today

Aug 28, 2012 by Sherrelle Walker, M.A.
In today’s schools, is keeping up with technology enough?  What other demands is the 21st century placing on learners, and how can we prepare our students to meet them?

Common Core Reading Recommendations and the Role of the Teacher

Aug 14, 2012 by Liz Kline
The Common Core take the position that students should be consistently challenged by the texts presented to them. Find out how you can help your students meet the new standards.

The Flipped Classroom: A Pedagogy for Differentiating Instruction and Teaching Essential Skills

Jul 31, 2012 by Scott Sterling
What might a successful flipped classroom look like?  Read more to find out how the flipped classroom can benefit both students and teachers.

How to Improve Reading Skills Through Metacognition

Jul 10, 2012 by Bill Jenkins, Ph.D.

How can teaching metacognition impact the way a student learns? Find out what the research says, and discover metacognitive strategies that can be applied to any subject at every grade level.

What Makes a Good Reader?

Jul 3, 2012 by Martha Burns, Ph.D

Why is it that some children learn to read faster than other children, and what foundational skills can be strengthened to improve a child’s ability to read?

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