Education Conferences

Teaching Emotional Brains

Strategies to Raise Emotional Intelligence, Regulation, and Resilience in Challenging Times

November 22-24, 2024
Westin Copley Place, Boston, MA or Virtually via Zoom

Teaching Stronger Brains

Creating Schools of Strength, Character, Compassion, Hope, and Autonomy in a Dependent, Deficit-Focused Age

February 20-22, 2025
Fairmont San Francisco or Virtually via Zoom

The Science of How We Learn

Using Evidence-Based Practices to Transform Teaching, Technology, Testing, and Leadership in Today's Classrooms

April 25-27, 2025
Sheraton NY Times Square Hotel or Virtually via Zoom

Learning & the Brain is an internationally recognized education conference organizer that has been putting together pivotal education conferences per year since 1999.

On November 17-19, 2023, Learning & the Brain will return to The Westin Copley Place in Boston, MA.  It will be run as a hybrid conference so you can attend virtually if you cannot join us in Boston.

On February 22-24, 2024, Learning & the Brain will return to The Fairmont in San Francisco, CA. It will be run as a hybrid conference so you can attend virtually if you cannot join us in San Francisco.

On April 18-20, 2024, Learning. & the Brain will return to the New York Sheraton Times Square Hotel in New York City, NY. It will be run as a hybrid conference so you can attend virtually if you cannot join us in NYC.

These conferences will continue its mission to empower educators to establish a connection between learning and cognitive sciences while receiving practical tools for use in schools.  As always, Learning & the Brain showcases the best available approach to developing their students’ inner talents and gifts based on the latest research.

Through its innovative conferences, Learning & the Brain has been providing a platform for educators from over 80 countries - including the U.S. and Canada - to share ideas on the latest research and educational advances.

The conferences promote collaboration between different disciplines such as neuroscience, education, and psychology. The conferences also provide a great platform to connect educators from Pre-K to the University level.