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Remote Learning Made Easy: Thinking Well and Learning Well

April 2, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm

Poof! Just like that life is more complicated now than it was a few weeks ago, as students and families try to figure out how to learn remotely. High school parents and students, and college professors and administrators are worried that learning will suffer during this remote learning experience, and that students will be disadvantaged in the end.
We can’t stand by and let that happen.  Students’ lives have been disrupted enough. Let’s ensure students come out of the other side of this crisis as better learners than they were before it began.

Who will benefit from this webinar series?
  • high school students and parents
  • high school teachers
  • homeschoolers
  • college students
  • college professors and instructors
  • learning assistance professionals (e.g., tutors, coaches, etc.)

Webinar Dates and Times

April 2, 3 & 6; 2:00 ~ 2:45 pm (eastern)


Spots are limited. Reserve yours before they run out.

Remote Learning Made Easy

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  • Live participants will receive additional resources.

Webinar Host

Leonard Geddes
Founder, The LearnWell Projects


Leonard Geddes is the founder of The LearnWell Projects, an academic success organization that is devoted to making learning more visible, manageable, and effective. Mr. Geddes’ work spans several years of conducting ethnographic observations on how students do academic work. His work leverages metacognition research to optimize student learning, enhance faculty instruction, and improve institutional outcomes.

Mr. Geddes provides metacognitive-based workshops and trainings for colleges and universities throughout North America. He is a frequent invited speaker for several national student success, pedagogy, and research conferences.

Educators, researchers, students, parents, and policymakers frequently access The LearnWell Projects’ website to access research-based, practical solutions to academic challenges.


April 2, 2020
2:00 pm - 2:45 pm
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Leonard Geddes

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    Pre-Webinar Question:

    What is the universal challenge students face in any course they take?

    We will explore this in each webinar session.

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