Our worldwide Partners in Learning team run a series of Education webcasts focused on providing deep insights into teaching and learning. They are run from the Microsoft global headquarters in Seattle, and feature presenters from around the world. Fortunately for us in Australia, they are scheduled to run twice during the same day, and the one that runs at 5PM Seattle time is Australia-friendly!
Understanding the Learning Strategies of the 21st Century Learner – webcast
In the morning of Thursday 24th October in Australia
(10AM – QLD; 10:30AM – SA; 11AM – NSW/VIC; 8AM – WA)
Join this great dialogue on the 5 best strategies every 21st century learner needs to succeed in school and in the workplace. Why a capacity to learn is more important than knowing. Topics covered will be:
- How to remove the roadblocks to learning
- 3 Steps to understanding everything you read
- Best Study Skills for 21st century learners
- Technology strategies that enhance learning
During the webinar, three ‘Amazing Grades’ books will be given away to the first three attendees asking questions. Amazing Grades is a worldwide goodwill book with 101 authors from 13 countries around the world and includes a special bonus chapter by Nasha Fitter of Microsoft.
Pat Wyman, College Professor, author, and Founder & CEO, HowToLearn.com
Pat is a College Professor, founder and CEO of HowToLearn.com and best-selling author of Amazing Grades:101 Best Ways to Improve Your Grades Faster and Spelling Made Easy: Learn Your Words in Half the Time
Bonnie Terry, Board Certified Educational Therapist and best-selling author, BonnieTerryLearning.com
Bonnie, best-selling author of School Strategies for ADHD Kids, Five Minutes To Better Reading Skills, and Ten Minutes To Better Study Skills and one of the co-authors of Amazing Grades. She is a Board Certified Educational Therapist and internationally recognized as America’s Leading Learning Specialist.
Susan Kruger, M.Ed, best-selling author, and Founder, StudySkills.com
Susan is the founder of StudySkills.com and best-selling author of SOAR® Study Skills: A Simple & Efficient System for Getting Better Grades in Less Time. She will be speaking on the best study skills for 21st century learners.
Make a date: Find out more, and register, for the webcast
The website lists the time in US Pacific Daylight time as 5PM on 23rd, which is on the 24th October for Australia. At 11AM for those in NSW & Victoria; 10AM in Queensland; 10:30AM in South Australia and 8AM in Western Australia