Student brains are designed to forget — and educators must set up pedagogical structures so students recall what is necessary. Innovative Teaching Strategies Keynoter Dr. John Almarode says educators should also give students permission to forget the nonessential.
An education professor at James Madison University and author of Captivate, Activate & Invigorate the Student Brain in Science & Math, Dr. Almarode will deliver a keynote address at the Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference in Las Vegas.
After a past presentation, a special education teacher said:
An inclusion teacher told us,
A school psychologist said: