Make Learning Memorable
How EPIC Learning Can Help
Definition of Epic: 1. A story or narrative centered around a hero 2. Spectacular; impressive; memorable.
Epic Learning is a project based learning method that uses the power of storytelling and brain science to give educators practical and proven practices to achieve real student engagement. Think about a memory you have from your own school experience. Whether it was dissecting a frog or finally discovering how to solve a problem in algebra, chances are it is a story you can tell.
Stories have this power to stick with us, to create a permanent transformation. And if our goal in school is to make learning stick, why not harness this power?
Educators can intentionally design learning experiences to be stories students remember. Stories with authentic conflict and challenges that students need specific knowledge and skills in order to solve. Learning experiences become stories students can reflect on.
In return, learning that is permanent and memorable. Any teacher, in any subject area, and in any grade level can use the story-centered project based learning framework to transform their classrooms into settings where students are engaged, challenged, and transformed.
Through Trevor’s books, speaking, and course, you will discover -
- How to increase student engagement
- How to lead engaging and effective classroom collaboration
- How to plan and execute effective high quality project based learning experiences
- Specific strategies for leading engaged students
- Outlines and tools to plan, manage, and assess projects
- Methods to increase academic performance in students
- How to make learning authentic
THE EPIC CLASSROOM
How to boost engagement, make learning
memorable, and transform lives
"I hope that every teacher reads this essential book and brings the ideas inside it to the classroom. And it would help if every parent bought a copy and sent it in to school with their kids."
SETH GODIN, AUTHOR
Stop Stealing Our Dreams
Why I'm passionate about teachers
My name is Trevor and I believe every student has the potential for greatness. And I believe educators hold the key to unlocking that potential by building relationships and crafting learning experiences that are engaging and transformative.