A revolution in childhood development is here. Thinking about how neuroscience or neuroeducation can help you train your students’ brain so you can teach them to learn better, smarter and faster? If you answered yes, then you’ll want to watch our tweets (see the live Twitter feed below or check out @ourkidsnet and the hash tags #brainpower and #ourkids) and Facebook page over the next two days.
Why? Dialogue Online is attending the Brain Power Conference May 3 and 4 in downtown Toronto.
The Brain Power Initiative’s mission is to help both parent and educators harness the power of the brain and child development. According to the Brain Power Initiatives’s researchers and experts, you can prepare your child for a lifetime of learning by changing how, where and what your child learns. They say, “Neuroeducation promises to transform the classroom and how a parent thinks about their child’s cognitive development.”
Dialogue Online can’t wait to share all of the research, expert information and new discoveries for you. We’re so excited to hear from researchers and other leaders in the field of neuroscience about how we learn and develop, and how those insights can help educators and parents prepare children for lifelong learning.
“The mission of the Brain Power Initiative is to facilitate research, promotion and public education about neuroeducation. By applying neuroscience and our understanding of how a child’s brain works, we can understand how to have a positive impact on how a child’s brain develops to prepare them for lifelong learning.”
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Are you attending the Brain Power Conference or interested in neuroeducation? Share your thoughts in the Comments section below, and join the dialogue on Twitter (follow @ourkidsnet and hashtags #brainpower and #ourkids) and Facebook.