The Brain-Targeted Teaching Model - Online Book Study

Title: The Brain-Targeted Teaching Model - Online Book Study

Knowledge of the learning sciences can be applied to any content area, including math, reading, and
writing. Teachers are in the job of helping brains learn. Understanding how brains learn and how to translate that understanding into teaching practices is necessary for both teacher and student success. In this book study, teachers will read and discuss The Brain-Targeted Teaching Model. Weekly discussions will correlate with each of the ten chapters. Teachers will demonstrate their learning by applying their knowledge to design a concept map illustrating a learning unit in any content area for any PK-16 classroom setting that follows the components of the Brain-Targeted Teaching Model. The learning unit will be prepared in a written format using a pre-made template. Teachers will also summarize the learning unit in a PowerPoint presentation shared with class members through a screencast.

Number: Book study is capped at 50 participants

Registration Fee: This book study is FREE of charge

Registration deadline is 9/10/2020

Book Study Expectations:
This is a 10-week book study
3 hours per week of independent work time commitment
Certificate for 30 hours continuing education hours for re-licensure will be provided (College credit will not be provided)

Schedule
Week 1: Opens 9/14 Personal Introductions and chapter 1
Week 2: Opens 9/21 Chapter 2
Week 3: Opens 9/28 Chapter 3
Week 4: Opens 10/5 Chapter 4
Week 5: Opens 10/12 Chapter 5
Week 6: Opens 10/19 Chapter 6
Week 7: Opens 10/26 Chapter 7
Week 8: Opens 11/2 Chapter 8
Week 9: Opens 11/9 Chapter 9
Week 10: Opens 11/16 Chapter 10 and final project
11/23 Thanksgiving Break
Time logs, reflections and projects due no later than Sunday, November 29th

Books are not included in registration but they can be purchased on Amazon or Kindle devices.

A certificate for 30 hours of continuing education hours for re-licensure will be provided at the end of the book study.
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