Understanding Your Child's Brain: The Neuroscience of Learning by Pat Wolfe, EdD
Tuesday, November 15, 2011 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PST)
Sonoma, United States
What does neuroscience research tell us about the human brain structure, how it processes and retrieves information and what are the most effective ways of learning?
How should this knowledge inform teaching and curriculum to include brain compatible instructions?
Dr. Pat Wolfe will be discussing “Neuroeducation” - a new scientific field which focuses on applying current understanding of the brain to learning and teaching.
She will cover brain structure and function, and how the brain processes, stores, and retrieves information. This research has important implications for teaching and learning, and Dr. Wolfe will cover specific brain-friendly strategies parents can use to help their children enhance love of learning and maximize their potential.
Pat Wolfe, EdD is an expert in the field of brain research and educational practice. In addition to her 25 years of conducting workshop for parents, teachers, and administrators worldwide, she has taught K-12th grade, as well as at university as an adjunct professor in the field of education. She also served as director of curriculum for the Napa County Office of Education, and is the author of several award winning books, including Brain Matters: Translating Research into Classroom.
When & Where
The Presentation School
The Presentation School is an academically rigorous independent school based upon and guided by Catholic values. Embracing the uniqueness of children in their preparation as life-long learners, the elementary and middle schools provide an integrated curriculum, emphasizing high expectations, active learning and the arts.