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Title: Data in: Mind Mapping Rises Writing Scores
Date: February 14, 2017
Time: 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM
Session: FL04
Presentation Link: Data are In: Mind Mapping Rises Writing Scores
Presentation Promo Video: A Visual Leap iMovie Short

Description:
If you consider yourself a visual learner you’re not alone. The human mind is hardwired to seek patterns to organize the world. This author-led session presents methods and research from the book VISUAL LEAP: A Step-by-Step Guide to Visual Learning for Teachers and Students (Lamprey & Lee; 2015) that shares how to harness this intellectual asset for academic success.

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Conference Dates: October 22 – 25, 2016
KSRA Annual Conference

Day 1:
“Mind Mapping Methods Manufacture Meaning and Motivate”
Presenter: Jesse Berg, MSIT, M.Ed.
Day: Sunday, October 23, 2016
Time: 3:15-4:15
Location: Seasons 5

Description:
If you consider yourself a visual learner you’re not alone. The human mind is hardwired to seek patterns to organize the world. This author-led session presents methods and research from the book VISUAL LEAP: A Step-by-Step Guide to Visual Learning for Teachers and Students (Lamprey & Lee; 2015) that shares how to harness this intellectual asset for academic success.


August 8-9, 2016
Bucks-Lehigh eduSummit

DAY 1:
“Mastering Writing through Mind Mapping”
Presenter: Jesse Berg, MSIT, M.Ed.
Session 203 Room 145
Tuesday, August 9
11:50 – 12:45

Description
Turn teaching upside down and put students at the center of their learning. Gain new, easy strategies to differentiate instruction that improve writing, reading comprehension and critical thinking using FREE web tools for visual learning. You will LEARN the GRAND SLAM OF Visual Learning and feel more ready and more excited for classes to begin!

  • Bring Your Own Device (recommended, not required)

DAY 2:
“Crushing the Keystone: Smashing Strategies for Improved Reading and Writing”
Presenter: Jesse Berg, MSIT, M.Ed.
Session 406 Room 188
Wednesday, August 10

Description:
7th and 8th graders taught to mind map as pre-reading and writing strategies improved Text Dependent Analysis over 20% with minimal instruction. Why? Mind mapping methods match how people naturally learn. Keystones and PSSAs call for these strategies but THEY’RE RARELY TAUGHT! We did. We’ll teach you. See our findings. Experience the methods. You’ll make learning easier and your students will respond.

  • Bring Your Own Device (recommended, not required)