Free web conference: Differentiation, cognition, and working memory

On Monday, April 4, we’ll host the seventh in our year-long series of free web conferences about differentiated instruction. For this session, we’ll feature Dr. Silvana Watson and Dr. Robert Gable, authors of the article “Using Knowledge of Student Cognition to Differentiate Instruction.”

The presenters will discuss the concept of working memory and how educators can use knowledge of cognition to maximize students’ learning potential. As always, the session will include plenty of time for participants to ask questions.

The web conference takes place Monday, April 4, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Registration is free, and spaces are still available. Sign up for this event, and other conferences in the series, on our web form. For more information on the series of articles and web conferences, check out Reaching Every Learner: Differentiating Instruction in Theory and Practice.

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