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Engage in intensive training to learn about the applications of the science of learning to education.
Cost: $695 per person through May 28, 2021 and $795 per person after May 28, 2021
Save $100 per person when registering a group of 3 or more
Join Us for This Online Summer Institute
From July 12-16, 2021, Learning & the Brain is offering an online Summer Institute
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This Learning & the Brain Summer Institute will be led by Andrew Watson. The program translates well-established neuroscience and psychology findings into specific classroom strategies. We will especially emphasize the practical teaching application of brain research, with a consistent focus on healthy skepticism. The program offers participants frequent opportunities to discuss their own teaching practices, and to apply research findings to their lesson-plans, syllabi, assessments, and classroom practices. Active participation is expected throughout this Institute through group discussion. Participants will be expected to bring in material and questions from their own experiences to share with the group.
Andrew Watson, MA. EdM, has been connecting brain research with teachers and schools for the better part of a decade. A one-time dean of faculty, and an award-winning teacher with 16 years of experience, Andrew Watson now presents on classroom uses of neuroscience and psychology research. As Founder and President of Translate the Brain, an educational consultancy, he works with teachers, students, administrators, and parents to make learning easier and teaching more effective. He has presented at schools and workshops across the country and serves as an advisor to several organizations, including “The People’s Science” and “The Brain Education Project.” Andrew is the Editor of the Learning & the Brain Blog and author of Learning Begins: The Science of Working Memory and Attention for the Classroom Teacher (2017) and Learning Grows (2019).
Earn up to 20 hours toward professional development credit for various professionals. For details on credit offered, visit our CE credit page or call our office at 857-444-1500 ext. 1.