We all know the brain plays a major role in learning, but few are aware of how. In a class where each child differs in ability to learn, it is essential that teachers know how the brain is related to the process of learning, in order to help facilitate student performance. Such knowledge will also give the educator an advantage when faced with the challenge of teaching a child with special needs. This two part integrated course equips educators with extensive knowledge about the process of learning.
This course bring to the spotlight the skills involved in learning and introduces teachers to various techniques and strategies of identifying a child with learning difficulties and overcoming challenges. It also provides tips on how to make learning fun, challenging and different.
Further, this course helps educators understand more about various learning styles, and how these can be used to reach and teach students with differing learning needs.
** TO REGISTER CLICK HERE to be directed to Renew a Teaching License to register for the course and pay the instruction fee of $140. Renew a Teaching License will then provide you with a link to register and pay Ashland University $140 for graduate credit. Thank you.
- Location of Meeting:self paced, online format