Scientific Learning Webinars
By Scientific Learning
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One-hour online seminars on a range of topics related to education and learning.
||7 Discoveries From Brain Research That Could Revolutionize Education||What’s all the excitement about? It’s simple. In the last ten years, we have learned more about the brain than we have in the previous 50 years. But what applies to education? This forward-thinking session explores the cutting edge discoveries that do||28 9 10||Free||View In iTunes|
||Autism: What is the Latest Research?||What is autism and what is the latest information on Autism? Learn about the latest evidence-based research on Autism. What range of behaviors would an autistic student exhibit?||15 6 10||Free||View In iTunes|
||Autism: Support and Interventions||This webinar will cover autism and the behaviors exhibited by autistic children. We will look at the characteristics that are displayed by autistic students and how you can support these students in your district. What interventions could be available to||27 5 10||Free||View In iTunes|
||Moving Students to Proficiency||Find out how brain research was put into practice at the Westfield-Washington School District in Westfield, Indiana where students are demonstrating great gains in individual performance. Students showed advancement of 1 year, 1 month using the Fast ForWo||25 5 10||Free||View In iTunes|
||Disrupting Class||As our understanding of how people's brains work and how people learn has improved through neuroscience and cognitive science research over the years, we now see that the way we typically teach and test often doesn't match up well with how individual stud||30 9 09||Free||View In iTunes|
||Addressing Literacy Through Neuroscience||The New Science of Learning is being created by the rapid growth in our scientific understanding of brain development and plasticity. Some recent research findings will be reviewed. The presentation will also review how neuroscience can be applied to the||24 9 09||Free||View In iTunes|
||Stewarding the Health of Children's Learning||David Boulton discusses the Children of the Code Project and how children learn.||10 6 09||Free||View In iTunes|
||Brain Plasticity, Child Development and Learning||Dr. Michael Merzenich will discuss how his research in brain plasticity can ultimately affect student performance.||4 6 09||Free||View In iTunes|
||How the Brain Learns: From the Laboratory to the Classroom||Dr. Paula Tallal will discuss her over 40 years of research in neuroscience and how this research can be applied to the classroom to help your struggling students.||27 5 09||Free||View In iTunes|