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 Workshop begins promptly at 9:00.  Registration is from 8:30-9:00 AM


 “How would you like to discover amazing techniques to leave no child behind plus enjoy our "Boardwalk Carnival" Luncheon?” (Luncheon includes hambergers, hot dogs, and many more NJ Shore Favorites...ALL INCLUDED WITH REGISTRATION FEE!)

How to Make Learning Stick in the Differentiated Classroom 

Presented by Rosemary Dolinsky   National Presenter  and Author of "Cutting Edge Connections in Today9s Classroom"
All Grade Levels Welcome

In One Day, Discover...

·          Strategies to Help Boost Test Scores

·          How to Increase Retention by Visualization & Movement

·          Techniques to Enhance Learning

·          Ways to Sharpen and Enhance Teaching Skills

          AND SO MUCH MORE


In this workshop, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Learn strategies to teach a number of approaches to thinking

  • Learn how to optimize your instructional time!

  • Learn how to teach students to make meaning and sense what you are teaching!

  • Understand why and how color, scent and music can help students retain information!

  • Discover techniques to teach to left or right brain dominant learners!

  • Understand the importance of emotions and learning!

  • Learn the latest research to create a successful learning environment!

  • Discover amazing strategies to make learning stick!

  • Participate in hands on activities that can be used IMMEDIATELY in the classroom

Message from Cutting Edge Institute LLC

What are you looking for in your classroom right now?  Perhaps it’s a new way to deal with those perennial discipline problems.  Or maybe you want to just get through to your students better than you have been.

Working with students with various learning styles and making your lesson plans “stick” are challenges all teachers face. 

Now what if I told you that the issues you’ve been dealing with in the classroom can be solved more  effectively and more easily than you ever imagined?  That there are techniques-proven ways, in fact, to reach virtually any student that comes through your door? 

Well, those techniques are here and we present them to you in our one-day seminar called How to Make Learning Stick in the Differentiated Classroom.

In this informative workshop, you will gain insights into proven research.  You’ll be amazed at what you’ll discover!

We personally invite you to take the time and make this investment in your career.  Your students will than you for it!

 Cutting Edge Institute


This seminar provides an excellent opportunity for participants to meet and share ideas with other educators interested in strengthening their own classroom discipline program.

Semester Credit Option:

Graduate elective credit is available with an additional fee and completion of a follow-up practicum project. Details for direct enrollment with Chapman University (California) will be available at the seminar.

Meet In-service Requirements:
At the end of the program, each attendee will receive a certificate of participation that may be used to verify hours of participation in meeting continuing education requirements.  Cutting Edge Institute is NJ Approved Provider #5016

On-Site Training: Most CEI Seminars can be brought to your school or district.

The price for this seminar is $169.00 per person.

Seminar hours are 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Registration 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

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