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January LCIRT News

From our snowy campus in Vermont, we on the LCIRT team wish you an especially happy 2021. In this month's newsletter, Dr. Rick Bryck discusses the importance of cognitive flexibility and the cost of multitasking. For a deeper dive into the science of learning, as well as strategies to engage and support students with LD, ADHD and autism, we encourage you to apply by January 18 for courses in our certificate program in Learning Differences and Neurodiversity. If you've pondered taking the entire program, note that the introductory course is among the offerings.  Finally, in LCIRT Recommends we bring you readings that consider Black students in special ed, tips for encouraging teens to think metacognitively, and strategies for reviving students' curiosity.
Featured Article
Cognitive Flexibility and the Cost of Multitasking

Richard L. Bryck, Ph.D. 
Dean, School of Educational Research and Innovation
Landmark College
Cognitive flexibility is essential to problem solving, symbolic representation and more. Click below to hear Dr. Rick Bryck describe the elements of cognitive flexibility as well as the pitfalls of multitasking.
Online Courses for Education Professionals
Apply by Monday, January 18
Choose your approach . . .  Take a single course for 3 graduate credits or complete a 15-credit certificate program in Learning Differences and Neurodiversity. Pursue a specialization Executive Function or Autism on Campus and Online.

Three courses in our online certificate program run Feb. 5 - April 4: 
Our introductory course: Develop a core understanding of learning theories, frameworks, and best practices for working effectively with students who learn differently.  Read More
 
Gain evidence-based strategies for helping autistic students in college or high school develop academic skills (reading, writing, math) as well as the facilitators of those skills (learning strategies, time management, self-determination/self-advocacy and independence).  Read More
Examine a range of strategies and systems to support, actualize, and sustain engagement in diverse learners.  Read More
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LCIRT Recommends

Jill Barshay
Hechinger Report

Photo by Allison Shelley for American Education: Images of Teachers & Students in Action
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