Joe Schingen is an award-winning ELA teacher in the Duluth Public School District in Duluth, Minnesota.
Joe has been in the education system for more than twenty years and is actively teaching online at a school he helped create. AEO is an online high school in Duluth, MN that serves students across the state. In addition to his secondary level teaching experience, Joe has been an M.Ed Facilitator at St. Mary’s University for fifteen years, and has helped more than 200 teachers earn their Master’s Degrees in Education. Joe specializes in online/blended learning, relationship-driven teaching, and brain-based education.
Passionate about pursuing excellence within the education system, Joe has an amazing understanding of what educators need and assists others not only with building resiliency in other educators, but also champions those pushing the front edges of current best practices in education.
Science is revealing more and more information about how the human brain learns and retains information. So much of the old ideologies are no longer held in the neurological community, and many of the conventional approaches to learning have now been deemed ineffective.
In this session, we will explore new truths about what it takes for the human brain to learn information/concepts at a high level, and what immediately actionable strategies educators can employ in order to maximize deep cognition, metacognition, and retention.