Improve Classroom Study and Organizational Skills

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About this event:

Created by Earl Fisher




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Course Benefits:
Educators want students to excel. This not only involves learning new material, but also improving the skill set the student possessed when first entering the classroom. The course will guide educators in ways to help students become personally responsible for their assignments, manage their time, prepare for various assessments, and approach a teacher when there is a problem. These are all skills necessary for students to reach their maximum potential.

Topics for discussion will include, teacher-directed long and short term planning, note taking expectations (as appropriate per age level), test preparation, and notebook organization. The course will stress student responsibility vs. spoon-feeding information, use of grading rubrics, and teaching test-taking skills for various types of assessments.



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    1. And I see you are involved with nutrition; that plays a big role in brain cognition and overall health and well-being. Good for you!

      Dr W

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    1. So glad you are finding this helpful! Thanks for letting me know.

      Dr W

  3. Glad we are helping. There’s just too much stress in our world!

    Dr W

  4. The contact page is the last option to the right. I look forward to hearing from you more often.
    Dr W

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    1. Pleased to have been able to help you.

      All the best
      Dr W

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    1. Pleasure!
      Dr W

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    He always kept preaching about this. I’ll send this information to him.
    Pretty sure he will have a great read. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Thanks for passing it along.

      Dr W

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    1. Thanks for the feedback.

      Dr W

  9. Everything is very open with a clear clarification of the issues.

    It was truly informative. Your website is very useful.
    Many thanks for sharing!

    1. My pleasure, Hope. Glad you visited the site.

      Dr W

    2. Hope,
      If you are a classroom teacher and are interested in having me speak to you and your colleagues, please put your administrator in touch with me. I have lots of strategies, all based on brain research, that will help classroom procedures flow more smoothly and with less stress.

      Let me know if I can be of more help.
      Dr W

  10. This information is invaluable. When can I find out more?

    1. I hope I will see you at a seminar soon. Otherwise, web classes will soon be available!
      Dr W

  11. Very neat post.Really thank you! Want more.

    1. 🙂 DR W

  12. Thanks for sharing, this is a fantastic blog.Really, thank you! Awesome.

    1. Thanks, Matthew.
      If you are a teacher and would like me to share information with you and your colleagues, please let me know. All Texas teachers receive CPE hours; are you a Texas teacher?

      Let me know if I can help.
      Dr W

  13. Susie,

    Lots of great positive comments! I suggest in addition to thanking them, also ask them to keep coming back and continuing the dialogue through your comments feature and responding to blog entries. Build the momentum and make this site a place where people gather for your helpful information and share their thoughts, questions, ideas and communicate with one another. BTW… your posts are FANTASTIC!

    1. Thanks, Earl! You know, this is not something that comes naturally for me. I’m always happy to help with anything I can, but I guess I’m more of a “soft sell type of gal” and I need to change that! After all, some of the people who look at my site are probably a bit shy themselves. Plus, you can only ask the question if you really know what the question is.

      Still, I will take your advice and offer more detailed information along the way.
      I appreciate your input!

  14. Very informative article post.Really looking forward to read more. Fantastic.

    1. Super! Thanks for the feedback.

      Dr W

    2. Great! Are you a teacher or parent? If you need support, let me know. I have plenty of suggestions, all based on brain research, that will help teachers and students accomplish more with a much less stressful experience.

      I look forward to hearing how it goes for you!
      Dr W

  15. Fine way of explaining, and nice article to obtain data
    regarding my presentation subject matter, which i am going to deliver in school.

    1. Great! So glad to have been able to help!
      Good luck.
      Dr W

  16. Major thanks for the article post.Really looking forward to read more. Really Great.

    1. Great! I hope to see you in a seminar sometime soon!

  17. This was an extremely wonderful article.
    Many thanks for providing this info.

    1. My pleasure; I hope to see you in a class soon.
      Let me know how else I might be able to help.

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