Cognitive skills will be the focus of a presentation in Indianapolis on Friday November 18 at the annual Indiana Association of School Principals Assistant Principals’ Conference. Gregg Goewert, principal of Urey Middle School, Pat Crone, teacher and athletic director at Urey Middle School, and Betsy Hill, President and COO of BrainWare Learning Company will explore how students have achieved a competitive edge and greater self-confidence by understanding and building stronger cognitive skills. The presentation will take place at the J.W. Marriott, Indianapolis, in the Marriott 3 Room on November 18 at 11;50 a.m. EST.
The presentation will explore how faculty and staff at Urey Middle School in Walkerton Indiana (John Glenn School Corporation) use cognitive assessment data to help them and their students understand how students learn best. In addition using cognitive assessment data, students participated in cognitive skills training to help strengthen weaker cognitive skills and further strengthen skills that were already strong. As they build their learning capacity, student self-confidence increased, helping them better manage stress and achieve dramatically improved levels of academic performance.
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