How the Teenage Brain Learns @ Long Hill Library on Sunday, Sept 9 from 2pm - 3pm.
Learn how you & your teen can work together to identify their "learning profile" and develop a strategy for studying.
Just like your body has many systems that work together to keep you alive, the brain has eight systems that need to work together in order for learning to occur. However, not all systems grow and develop at the same rate.
When a child struggles to learn, it may indicate that all systems are not growing at the same rate (very common in teenagers). Learn about these systems and examples of how you (and your teenager) can work together to identify their "learning profile" and develop a strategy for studying.
Carol Landa has taught freshman Biology at WHRHS for 10 years as well as CP Physics and MASS (Math Applications and Science Skills).
On weekends she teaches a musical program to preschoolers. Prior to teaching high school, Ms. Landa developed and taught curriculum dealing with Six Sigma problem-solving for numerous corporations. She holds degrees in Biology (BS) and Food Science (MS) and is currently pursuing a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) in Neurodevelopment.
Call or stop by the library to register:
Long Hill Township Library, 917 Valley Rd, Gillette, NJ 07933
908-647-2088 - www.longhilllibrary.org