Dropping Out - What Neuroscience Can Teach Us

SAVE THE DATES – NOV 4-5, 2015

When many of us hear “learning” and “neuroscience” in the same sentence, we automatically think of Brain Gym and other mass marketed educational products, but this symposium promises to be anything but that.
 
Showcasing many new evidence-based ideas – from some of North America’s most ambitious neuroscientists – this event will debunk many of the persistent myths around the cognition of teaching and learning. This event is ideal for district leaders, principals and teachers alike because everyone will be challenged to rethink their notions of how students’ brains work, and will come away with new methods of supporting students, particularly those at risk of dropping out of school.

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