MEET SARA ADAMS CENTENO
Sara Adams Centeno is a higher education leader, author, and speaker who loves to empower people to reach their full human potential. She currently teaches Doctoral Colloquium, Educational Techniques, Professional Communication and Consulting, and Principles of Contemporary Leadership at Andrews University in Michigan.
In 2016, Sara authored Success The Ultimate Guide to College, Career,& Personal Excellence to influence student motivation and increase retention of college students. This textbook provides research-based strategies for metacognition, growth mindset, effective communication, stress management, and emotional intelligence. She’s committed to improving the effectiveness of pedagogy by developing culturally responsive and engaging curricula. Her new book, the Science of Learning and Teaching, coming out in December 2018, prepares future educators with a strong foundation in teaching and learning science as well as presents actionable strategies that have profound effects on student motivation, learning, and achievement. She challenges readers to bridge the gap between educational and motivational theory and practice.
Sara is the co-founder of ProfTalk.org. She loves to provide keynotes that help universities and companies develop their talent and drive exceptional performance. Sara is a member of the Society for Neuroscience and writes as a neuronline community leader, sparking global conversations about neuroscience in education.
Link for Success The Ultimate Guide to College, Career, & Personal Excellence
Link for The Science of Teaching and Learning: A Research-Based Framework for Excellence
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