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Event

Name How to Unlock Student Potential with 21st Century Learning Skills
Date Aug 4 (Wed)
8:00pm EDT / 5:00pm PDT
Duration: 1h 00m
Location Online
Speaker

Jed Applerouth

Description

A new webinar with Dr. Jed Applerouth on how to help students:

  • Manage anxiety
  • Get and stay motivated
  • Build grit and resilience
  • Develop better executive function skills

Even the most intellectually gifted students can't achieve their potential without these 21st century skills. Learn how to equip your students for success this fall and in the future.

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