How We Learn: The Brain's Role in Academics

How We Learn: The Brain's Role in Academics

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How We Learn: The Brain's Role in Academics

As we learn, our brains continually change. From toddlerhood to early childhood, all of life’s natural learning experiences—from lullabies to balancing blocks – are shaping the function and structure of circuits in the brain.

When children go off to school, they need to adapt these circuits of their brains in new and profound ways as they learn how to translate letters into words, words into ideas, and numbers into mathematical concepts. This presentation examines this very exchange – how do our brain learn? What is happening as we read, write, or solve a math problem?  How might this perspective shape our understanding of our own experiences, and that of our children and students? Is there really such thing as a “math person”?

Join us to consider the brain’s role in learning, the science behind fundamental academic skills, and the potential to change the trajectory of traditional learning processes through a neuroplastic approach. 

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Our Speaker

Tara Bonner

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