LAWRENCE — The University of Education & Human Sciences at the University of Kansas will host the second virtual session of the Procedures Function Sequence at 9 a.m. Feb. 13 by means of Zoom.
The second session, “Being Lazy & Slowing Down in PK-12 School rooms: A Further Look,” will feature M’Balia Thomas, assistant professor in the Section of Curriculum & Training. The session is built as a continuation of last year’s session, but prior participation is not demanded.
The session is free and open to the public, though persons ought to RSVP on the internet to take part. Discover much more and RSVP for Thomas’ session online right here.
“In the earlier, we’ve been capable to host an yearly sequence of free professional growth at the Edwards Campus,” mentioned Rick Ginsberg, dean of the university. “With the pandemic this 12 months, we are fired up to continue to assist qualified development in a virtual manner.”
The 3rd and final session of the 2020-2021 sequence is scheduled for April 17. Michael Orosco, associate professor in the Office of Instructional Psychology, will existing “Understanding Instructional Neuroscience Analysis.” Learn more and RSVP for Orosco’s session on the web here.
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