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Old January 18th, 2016, 05:26 AM   #1
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How to Teach History to Reluctant Students - webinar info

Information about an upcoming webinar for teachers and school administrators to be held on February 10, 2016. Please see below:

[Live Webinar] How to Succeed at Teaching History to Reluctant Students
Get the Most Out of Your Time and Maximize Student Learning in Middle School and High School Grades with Virginia Giordano, author of the Do Now: American History in 5 Minutes series

Teaching from her new book, Do Now: American History in 5 Minutes, Virginia Giordano will show you how to change student outcomes simply and easily by implementing one important technique: The Do Now. With this method, you can achieve meaningful bell-to-bell instruction and learning with the smallest investment of time. Would you like to improve the test scores and achievement levels of your students in just 5 minutes? When you sign up and attend this webinar, you will learn this simple technique that can help change your classroom outcomes and reach even the most reluctant students in your class. You will learn:
  • Strategies for maximizing time with bell-to-bell instruction.
  • Techniques for motivating students and fostering within them a positive attitude toward learning.
  • Solutions for avoiding the top 3 mistakes that even experienced teachers make when teaching a history class.
  • Easy action steps that you can take RIGHT NOW to improve student test outcomes.

About the Speaker

Virginia Giordano is a highly respected and multiple award winning educator. She has taught children from kindergarten through high school and is presently teaching graduate students in education at a local university. In addition, she has written curricula for the state education department, had a SAT program published that she developed, facilitated numerous workshops, coordinated magnet programs, mentored new teachers and not-so-new teachers whose students were not succeeding, and developed successful programs for a school district that met the specific needs of diverse groups such as teenage mothers and adolescent substance abusers.

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