This year’s theme is Teach Less, Learn More: Tools for Learning, Sharing, and Growth. At this conference, Dr. Yeap Ban Har will share and demonstrate ways teachers can foster an environment in which students learn concepts at a deeper and more meaningful level.
The keynote address and breakout sessions will explore the following topics:
- Critical Thinking
- Questioning Techniques
- Lesson Study
About the Speaker
Dr. Yeap Ban Har has taught at National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore for more than ten years. Presently, he holds two concurrent positions as the director of curriculum and professional development at Pathlight School, an autism-oriented K-10 school in Singapore, and he is also the principal of Marshall Cavendish Institute, a global teacher professional development institute. He is an internationally recognized expert in Singapore Math, a teaching method based on the primary textbooks and syllabus from the national curriculum of Singapore. Dr. Yeap reeived his Ph.D. in Mathematics Education from Nanyang Technical University in Singapore. For more information on Dr. Yeap Ban Har, visit his blog, Mathematics Teacher Education: Singapore Approach.
Registration includes continental breakfast, lunch and conference materials.
Please call Martha Hall at (909)274-6381 or reach her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Developmental Education Conference Flyer – April 18, 2014
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