Center for Professional Studies at D'Youville College
Learning Innovation: Primary and Related Methods Seminar
School superintendents, principals, deans, presidents, owners, directors, and officials (master's and doctoral students in Education programs are invited), learn how your students can achieve academic excellence with deeper understanding via a student-centered model that is significantly more efficient and more effective.
Recent research reveals how the human brain can function more effectively and achieve higher levels of cognition functions during learning. This training program provides the skills necessary to supervise learning and instruction that takes place in your classrooms.
Participants learn instructional activities and techniques, gathering evidence based on learning objectives, and how teachers or instructors are expected to perform when it comes to well-defined learning objectives. This seminar focuses on the learning objectives, performance, and assessment. The structure involves a strong and formal theoretical framework, group workshops and open forum discussions.
Upon seminar completion, participants:
- Are able to complete a conceptual description of a subject matter that his or her organization teaches
- Develop an understanding of inter-conceptual relationships of a subject matter, their benefits, and approaches to effective delivery of quality content
- Acquire a range of skills that will serve them well as education leaders, including learning objectives, assessment, and program improvement
Location:Innovation Center at the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus
640 Ellicott Street, Buffalo NY 14203
Our convenient locations include the new Innovation Center on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. Read more
Are you an organization or corporation looking to train a group of employees? We offer customized group training programs.
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