Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Learning Key Chain Webinar this Friday

Do your students sometimes appear not to connect to your subject, its materials, or even to you? Do you sometimes disconnect from teachers or presenters even when the topic is of interest to you? Learning preferences play a great role in how much and how well we learn or want to learn anything. When we decide to learn something, we pick the key that works for us. A flexible "lock" allows for many fits to access content.

Join us for an interactive webinar on Friday November 5th at 1pm with Leecy Wise. Participants will explore how they learn and teach best. The webinar will provide instructors with a broad perspective on how students might prefer to learn. The webinar will open instructors to new ways of presenting content and engaging students with a variety of learning needs and abilities.

No registration required, just join us at https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=2008363&password=M.7535BE50A6EE6D4A8B14AFA1F589FE

You may also want to visit the faculty wiki for our archived webinars or more information on upcoming webinars at https://at.ccconline.org/faculty/wiki/Professional_Development_-_Training_Options

If you have questions about this post, please contact Karen Kaemmerling directly at karen.kaemmerling@cccs.edu

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