Evidence Based Strategies that enhance student learning

We will review the latest research on the science of learning and educational neuroscience. You will learn how to implement these principles to optimize students’ learning. We will reflect on how we can make simple but powerful changes to our teaching strategies, and provide a toolbox with a variety of ready-to-use retrieval practice tools and metacognition activities.

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Please bring an electronic device. 


1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Room B111 computer lab
Sullivan Heights Secondary School

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  • BC Early Career Teachers Association (BCECTA)
    Stephanie Dodier

    Stephanie Dodier is a seasoned francophone secondary science teacher. She is also a sessional instructor at SFU, an education consultant, co-vice-president of BC Early Career Teachers Association (BCECTA), and a teacher leader with Let’s Talk Science. Her mission is to communicate research-based educational practices because she values bridging the gap between academia and practice. Stephanie is passionate about science education, science of learning, experiential learning, and increasing teacher retention.