Yearly Archives: 2012

Learning & the Brain in the News

Learning & the Brain in the News November 21, 2012 — A pioneering researcher who studies the meaningful connection between the brain and the learning of mathematics has been awarded the fifth annual prize for “Transforming Education through Neuroscience.” The



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NEUROSCIENTISTS TO EXPLAIN HOW EDUCATION, POVERTY AND PARENTS CHANGE KIDS’ BRAINS IN UNIQUE WAYS at LEARNING & the BRAIN® CONFERENCE

MEDIA ADVISORY November 1, 2012 Contact: Daniel LaGattuta (917)-405-0412 [email protected] EDUCATING DIVERSE MINDS: USING INDIVIDUAL BRAIN DIFFERENCES TO TEACH AND REACH ALL LEARNERS WHAT: Neuroscience research has found that children’s brains are actually quite diverse and unique and that genes,



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Top Researchers Debate Effects of Technology on the Brain & Learning

MEDIA ADVISORY APRIL 27, 2012 Contact: Kristin Dunay (781)-449-4010 x 102 [email protected] WEB-CONNECTED MINDS: HOW TECHNOLOGY TRANSFORMS BRAINS, TEACHING AND ATTENTION WHAT: Almost 1,000 neuroscientists, educators and technology experts will be meeting to explore how social networks and emerging digital technology are affecting



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Eminent Researchers Debate Emotions and Education at Learning & the Brain Symposium

MEDIA ADVISORY APRIL 16, 2012 Contact: Kristin Dunay (781)-449-4010 x 102 [email protected] EMOTIONS AND EDUCATION: AFFECT, ANXIETY AND ACHIEVEMENT WHAT: This second annual one day symposium will bring neuroscientists and educators together to explore how emotions influence learning, engagement, memory



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TOP RESEARCHERS DISCUSS WHOLE CHILD/ STUDENT EDUCATION at LEARNING & the BRAIN® CONFERENCE

MEDIA ADVISORY February 1, 2012 Contact: Kristin Dunay (781)-449-4010 x 102 [email protected]ngandthebrain.com EDUCATING THE WHOLE CHILD/STUDENT: USING BRAIN RESEARCH FOR SMARTER, HAPPIER AND HEALTHIER LEARNERS WHAT: Cognitive neuroscience and social science research is finding that the most successful students are



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