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We are excited to welcome you to our Curriculum Summit in Asia on January 25-27, 2019! Below, please explore the individual sessions, and register for the sessions of your choice to design your own professional learning experience.

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Sunday, January 27 • 11:10am - 12:10pm
What Parents and Students Need to Know About the Brain FILLING

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If learning is truly a collaborative endeavor, then it only makes sense that parents, teachers and students should have a mutual understanding of how the brain learns and processes information. In this presentation, which has previously been done for parents, Carol will explore the basics of brain-based learning, the role of nutrition and sleep, stress and its effect on learning and the brain and strategies parents (and teachers) can use to help students consolidate their learning. We will also address the special qualities of the middle-school brain and how this impacts our students' behavior and learning. Participants will walk away with at least five "good-to-knows" about how student brains focus, process and remember, and some practical strategies for how to apply brain research to their teaching.

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Carol Koran

Director of Learning, Nishimachi International School
Carol has been a teacher, Principal, University lecturer, student teacher mentor, and explorer of all things linked to education for over 30 years.  Originally from Canada, she now resides in Tokyo as Director of Learning at Nishimachi International School.  Throughout her many... Read More →


Sunday January 27, 2019 11:10am - 12:10pm
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