Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overloads by Daniel J. Levitin, PhD

Daniel Levitin argues that people’s junk drawer, the place they store miscellanea, is a fitting analogy for how people should live their lives. With the objects in a junk drawer, as with the activities and people in one’s life, individuals



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BRAIN EXPERTS TO SHOW WAYS TO ENGAGE STUDENT FOCUS AND REDUCE DISTRACTIONS at the LEARNING & the BRAIN® CONFERENCE

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 October 27, 2014 Contact:Kristin Dunay(781)-449-4010 x102kristin.dunay@learningandthebrain.com FOCUSED ORGANIZED MINDS: USING BRAIN SCIENCE TO ENGAGE ATTENTION IN A DISTRACTED WORLD WHAT: Classroom attention is under siege. Today’s technology is creating more classroom distractions and disorganization. Yet, academic testing



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