PCI Webinar with Hope Klein Levy
A User’s Guide to Lifelong Learning
Thursday, June 22nd from 2:00 – 3:00pm EST
Competency: Personal/Interpersonal Competencies
Sub-Category: Supports self and others in pursuit of a balanced lifestyle
What is one thing you want to learn in the next few months or in the next year?
In recent years, there have been significant advances in research about how we learn. Simultaneously, the methods we use to acquire new information has changed. In this webinar, you’ll discover ways to apply what we know about how we acquire and absorb new information so that you can enhance your productivity and benefit even more from the learning process.
This workshop will help you view your own leaning process in a new way, and apply that awareness in your work. More specifically, you’ll learn methods to help combat procrastination, how to use diffuse and focused learning strategies and how technology is rapidly changing the learning landscape.
Join PCI Webinars for this engaging hour, and be inspired to help yourself and your patrons be better self-directed, lifelong learners.
Participants in this session will be able to:
- Identify one learning/enrichment goal
- Understand how we process new information
- Describe at least two tips on becoming a better learner
- Discover new lifelong learning resources
Hope Klein Levy~ Biography
Hope Levy has twenty-plus years of experience in education and training gerontology and career development. For the past six years, Hope has been teaching classes at the San Francisco Public Library through a partnership with City College San Francisco’s Encore Learning Program. The common thread throughout her career is a passion for lifelong learning. Through her consulting practice, There’s Always Hope, she helps organizations design and deliver learning programs. Hope holds an MA in Gerontology and an MA in Special Education, both from San Francisco State University.
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