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Getting Unstuck: Using Self-Regulated Learning Strategies to Engage Momentum; Employing Habits – Session 3 (of 4); January 13, 2022; 3:30pm-4:30pm (EST)

January 13 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm



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In this four-part interactive workshop series, participants will reflect on their habits and mindsets to identify those that hinder or help productivity and peace. This workshop has three objectives: 1) identify current goals and challenges as adult learners, 2) use the stages of the self-regulated learning cycle to develop greater self-awareness of your learning processes, and 3) apply practical strategies grounded in research to support goal-achievement, self-satisfaction, and fuel motivation for future growth.

Participants will receive specific strategies and templates for goal-setting, values-alignment, task strategies, and self-reflection. These tools will support one’s ability to successfully complete long-term commitments such as dissertations, grant writing projects, or book publications.

Join Dr. Melissa Quackenbush for this collaborative workshop series or attend individual sessions.

Session 3: Employing Habits

Session three explores habits and task strategies that may be employed to support productivity and achievement toward one’s goals, such as organization, preparation/planning, self-care, anticipating future conflicts/issues.

Audience: All Grade PK-12 Educators
Instructor: Dr. Melissa Quackenbush, TMI Education Lead Instructional Coach and Design Specialist; President, Engage Momentum, LLC
Delivery Format: Virtual
Date/Times: January 13, 2022; 3:30pm-4:30pm (EST)
Cost: $199 (4 sessions)

Video-Recorded Virtual (Zoom) Sessions and Tips to Maintain your Privacy during a Recorded Session:  As an added value, all virtually-delivered programs are video recorded and accessible to our workshop registrants and Professional Learning Consortium Members subsequent to the session. Therefore, each virtually-delivered workshop and webinar will now have Zoom’s Recording Disclaimer enabled by default. With this feature, attendees will receive a notification when a recording starts or if they join a session that is already being recorded. The participant can then consent to stay in the session and be recorded or choose to leave the session altogether.

Tips to Maintain your Privacy during a Virtually-Delivered Session: Actively engaging in Zoom sessions is important. Participants may have concerns, however, of a Zoom session recording capturing their participation. Meeting hosts or instructors are taking steps to minimize this concern. In addition to the consent, participants can also use the following steps and features to take control of what is shared when a session is being recorded.

  • Change your participant name displayed in Zoom (e.g. only use your first name, replace your name)
  • Disable your video
  • Mute your audio
  • Do not communicate via the chat feature
  • Do not upload an identifiable profile photo

Please refer to Zoom’s Attendee Controls for more information on how to use these features.


January 13
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
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