Neural Ed Is Coming To ESD 113!
In the past few decades, neuroscientists have made amazing discoveries about the neural substrates governing the human brain and in a post-COVID world, the research is making it clear that students’ brains are continuing to rewire.
Neural Ed is a 3-day event focused on incorporating neuroscience into classroom experiences. Discover the why behind learning by investigating how the brain, mind, and neural education work. Learn about breaking barriers of stress, bias, and emotional reactivity with powerful, practical, and proven neural-informed learning strategies and approaches so that all students can learn. Educators and district teams will dive deep into the relationship between behavior and learning through the lens of cognitive neuroscience. Educators and district teams will access the emerging equipping educators with neural informed practices that can have an immediate impact on student learning and behavior.
Dates and Times: October 10, October 24, November 8 | 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Location: ESD 113 | 6005 Tyee Dr SW, Tumwater, WA 98512
Registration: PdEnroller #161176
Price: $300 | NOTE: If your school or district has been identified for Tier II and Tier III supports, please contact your building principal for a 50% discount code.
We highly recommend that “teams” attend the training when possible. We anticipate seats filling quickly.
- Jen Flo, Regional Administrator, Advanced Learning and Teacher Support | ESD 113
- Neural Ed Team
What is Neural Ed?
We are educators working alongside other educators to explore the research of neuroscience, the mind, and learning. And then, we investigate how best to apply the research to classroom practice.
We also identify how the research of neuroscience and learning relates to common educational initiatives like:
- Equity & Inclusion
- Early literacy
- Social Emotional Learning
See what others have said about Neural Ed!
“In my 25 years of being in education, this is HANDS DOWN the VERY BEST professional development I’ve been part of…. ever!” — Karey Richardson, Principal, Stahl Junior High
“My students have gained greater access to learning because I now understand how and why the brain functions as it does. This training has reenergized my work and revolutionized my practice!”— Mary Snyder, Director of Social & Emotional Learning, Steilacoom HSD
“This class provides the why and the how of making changes in both the learning and behavior systems that need to be changed. I am so excited and hopeful for those changes, and grateful that I can be part of making those changes.”— Kate Larocque, 5th Grade teacher – Bellingham, WA
“Neural Education is THE thing – the thing that changed everything – the thing that returned my sanity – the thing that reignited my passion for teaching. — Taylor Hansen, 3rd Grade Teacher