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Dr. Richard Cash is een bekend Amerikaans onderwijsprofessional met meer dan dertig jaar ervaring met hoogbegaafdheid. Hij reist de wereld over om met scholen, ouders en hoogbegaafde kinderen te werken. Dit keer hebben we het over onderpresteren en zelfregulatie met hem: wat is het, hoe herken je het en vooral: hoe verhelp je het? Dr. Cash deed al eerder webinars voor Talentissimo en werd toen met een 8,4 gewaardeerd. Het is dus zeker de moeite om ook een keer aan te sluiten!
De avond is in het Engels, daarom ook de beschrijving in het Engels:
Getting Out of the Quagmire: A Roadmap for Redirecting Underachievers and Selective Producers
Students don’t naturally underachieve. It is often through misguided and unchallenging learning experiences that lead them to underperform or selectively produce. Helping students develop constructive attitudes towards personal growth has a tremendous effect on achievement. This session will show you how to assist students in applying self-regulating strategies that can increase self-esteem, develop greater self-efficacy and produce a positive self-image.
The development of academic ability is most effectively actualized by those who set goals and manage strategies to achieve those goals. A critical component is the effectiveness of the learners’ application of and focus toward self-regulation. When students are underchallenged it can lead to underachievement or selective production (choosing to do the minimum), which effects their development of strong self-regulation. This is a vicious cycle of unproductive learning.
Regulatory focus theory (Higgins, 1997) suggests two orientations of self-regulation. Promotion orientation focuses on growth and advancement, while prevention orientation focuses on safety and security. Studies suggest that students with a promotion orientation approach tasks with confidence to continually try, even in the face of obstacles and setbacks. On the other hand, those oriented toward prevention approach tasks from a doubt perspective and are more likely to give up easily. Underperforming students are more likely to possess a prevention focus and are less likely to gain in achievement and manifest their talents (Higgins & Spiegel, 2004).
Works by Reis and Greene (2014) and Cash (2016) point out intervention strategies of self-regulation can have a positive effect on turning around underachievement. During this webinar, participants will learn research-based strategies to help students develop healthy personal beliefs, and successful learning habits. Addressing the need of gifted students to be challenged early can significantly reduce underachievement/selective production and increase self-regulation for a positive personal growth.
- 17 december, 20 tot ongeveer 21.30 uur
- Kun je er op dit tijdstip niet bij zijn? Geen probleem! Voor iedereen die zich inschrijft zal een opname van dit webinar terug te kijken zijn van de vrijdagochtend 9:00 tot de zondagavond 23.59 na de live bijeenkomst.
- Voor leerkrachten, IB'ers, andere onderwijsprofessionals, begeleiders, ouders
- Locatie: online, je hebt hiervoor geen ingewikkeld programma of webcam nodig (info volgt per mail)
- Kosten: €25. Kun je dit niet betalen? Neem contact met ons op en dan kijken we of er een gratis of goedkoper plekje voor je is. We vinden het belangrijk om vooral te kunnen delen en samen te leren, ook als dat financieel minder of niet past voor jullie.
- Natuurlijk is er ruimte voor jouw vragen!
€25,00 incl. BTW
Spreker: Dr. Richard Cash
Richard M. Cash is an award-winning educator who has worked in the field of education for more than 30 years. His range of experience includes teaching, curriculum coordination, and program administration. Currently, he is an internationally recognized education consultant (www.nrich.consulting). His consulting work has taken him throughout the United States, as well as into Canada, The Czech Republic, China, Cyprus, England, Indonesia, Kuwait, Mexico, Poland, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, South Korea, and Turkey.
Richard received his Doctorate in Educational Leadership, and a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, MN. Along with his Bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Richard holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theater from the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire. For over 10 years, he co-directed a children’s theater company in Minnesota, and co-authored 4 award winning children’s plays. He was recipient of the National Association for Gifted Children’s Early Leader Award (2011), recognizing his leadership in programing for gifted children. Richard was also named the “Friend of the Gifted, 2016” by the Minnesota Educators of the Gifted and Talented.
His areas of expertise are educational programming, rigorous and challenging curriculum design, differentiated instruction, 21st century skills, brain-compatible classrooms, gifted & talented education, and self-regulated learning. Dr. Cash authored the books Advancing Differentiation: Thinking and Learning for the 21st Century, (2017) winner of The Legacy Book® Award for Outstanding Educators Publication; Differentiation for Gifted Learners: Going Beyond the Basics (2014) (co-author Diane Heacox), winner of The Legacy Book® Award for Outstanding Educators Publication (2014); and Self-Regulation in the Classroom: Helping Students Learn How to Learn (2016). All books are published by Free Spirit Publishing, Inc. (www.freespirit.com).
Richard lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Palm Springs, CA, USA.