November LSAC eKeynote: Leonard Geddes, "Saving Superheroes--Helping Students Discover Their Academic Superpower"

  • 16 Nov 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Zoom link to be sent morning of eKeynote

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Online and remote learning have thrust students into new academic challenges. Many learners are uncertain if they are up to the task. Often students don’t know that they have a research-based superpower that’s just waiting to be tapped. This session shows us how to help students access their latent academic superpower and become the superhero they are destined to be.

Leonard Geddes, Founder of the LearnWell Projects, has spent more than twenty years investigating how students do academic work.  He has partnered with institutions and organizations to assist with improving student thinking, learning and performance.

All superhero flicks are based upon an established plot. In each story, a mentor comes alongside and helps the superhero step into their destiny.

Through this event participants will

• use new tools that help students learn better, faster and with greater reward.

• learn how to help students overcome the new challenge that will define academic assistance in 2021 and beyond.

Let’s equip, empower, and elevate students. Together we will make learning more impactful and effective.


The LearnWell Projects’ tools and blog posts are included in department newsletters, staff trainings, and course syllabi. You can access articles, tools, videos or connect with Leonard personally on any of the following platforms.




Twitter: @learnwelledu


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