What types of information are difficult for students to learn? What lessons do students forget or remember, and why? Which strategies are most effective for learning and recalling what was taught? What are some “memory tricks” to master? This workshop focuses on how memory impacts a student’s ability to learn.
Dawn Anderle has been working in the field of speech and language since 1982,
specializing in neurologically based disorders of speech and language, early childhood language
development, auditory disorders and other learning challenges. She will present information for parents and educators to understand how memory can be enhanced and how to use this understanding to improve instruction
and learning. Parents and educators should bring their questions and memory challenges to this
hands-on, troubleshooting workshop.
The free workshop will take place from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 13, at Chartwell School – McMahan Hall, 2511 Numa Watson Road, Seaside CA 93955. For more information, call Graydon Mitchell at (831) 394.3468 ext. 1025 or firstname.lastname@example.org