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Alternative Academic Title:
Learner Procrastination: Why They Do It (and How to Respond)
Parental Driving Question:
What the F*** Can I Do about Student Procrastination?
Find out what is happening in your students’ brains when they procrastinate. Learn the common factors which cause students to procrastinate on projects. Discover the best practices for projects to engage students’ brains and help them own their learning outcomes. The session will be a intersection of neuroscience’s latest evidence-based research with PBL best practices
Three Big Ideas you will learn:
The importance of and methods for:
1. Helping students break projects into achievable subgoals
2. Growing a project’s neural footprint until it reaches critical mass
3. Creating ownership, urgency and accountability
Education and PBL World Relevance
By understanding how the brain works, we can better set students up for success. There are specific steps you can take which make it easier for students to engage with projects.