The Multiple Pathways Model: Using Brain Research to Orchestrate Learning

Tuesday, February 14 | 11:00AM–12:00PM | Salon H
Session Type: ELI
In this exciting presentation, loaded with real brain images and scattered with interactive experiences, attendees will actually see how learning takes place in the brain through powerful images and discover what is required for that to happen. Neuroscience indicates that the more modalities by which students encode information, the easier that information is to learn and recall. As educators, we often think of learning pathways as consisting of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. In this workshop, attendees will experience new and exciting pathways that will energize instruction and strategies for accessing these additional pathways in order to reach diverse and struggling learners. Come prepared to laugh, learn, experience, and engage.