Neural Education Institute

Teacher instructing a class of children

July 7–9, 2020
9:00 am–5:00 pm

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Description

Presented by Timothy Kieran O’Mahony

In the past few decades, neuroscientists have made amazing discoveries about the neural substrates governing the human brain. In this three-day course, you will learn how to translate these new findings into practices and processes that are meaningful in your classroom.  Children with ACEs, technology multi-tasking, and high stress will struggle to show any learning outcomes from a typical classroom setting.

What does a stressed brain look like in your class?  A stressed brain can not learn.  Participants will also be introduced to meaningful neural connections, neurotransmitters, and working memory — critical parts of the brain that impact learning.  You will learn the neuroscience behind how the brain works, how children learn through a research-based neuroscience model that creates a safe environment for students to find voice and agency in their own learning.  Join us!

Audience

  • Highly-Capable Teachers
  • Elementary School Teachers
  • Middle School Teachers
  • High School Teachers

Presenter

  • Timothy Kieran O’Mahony

Details

Date: July 7–9, 2020

Time: 9:00 am–5:00 pm

Location: Capital Region ESD 113 (6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA 98512)

Cost: $199