Meet the Keynotes: Mary Helen Immordino-Yang

If you’re as excited for our November conference as I am, you might want to know more about our speakers.

Mary Helen Immordino-Yang is an affective neuroscientist and an educational psychologist.

That means: she studies how “children’s emotional and social relationships shape their LEARING, and also shape the BRAIN DEVELOPMENT that undergirds their learning.”

Yes: her work is that interesting.

I got to interview Dr. Immordino-Yang back in 2018; she’s practical and funny and insightful. And she KNOWS SO MUCH.

You can read more here.

If you want to learn more about Rebuilding SEL Skills in the Age of COVID-19, we hope you’ll join us, and Dr. Immordino-Yang.

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One Response to Meet the Keynotes: Mary Helen Immordino-Yang

  1. Ricardo Palenque says:

    I m excited know more about brain and its learning functions.
    The radical importance of gestures and tone.
    The essencial affective channel without which is impossible teaching

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