In 2021, the challenge of returning to school from winter break feels magnified. So what insights from Mind, Brain, and Education Science can I use to help make this critical point of a unique school year go well?
Our vision is a world where every teacher understands how every student’s brain learns.
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Classic research on belonging suggests that telling students you have high expectations of them and that you believe in their potential to meet those expectations has a positive impact. How do you follow through on that?
Take the free diagnostic
The NeuroEducation Confidence Diagnostic (NECD for short) is a free diagnostic tool for helping schools and districts gauge key elements related to teacher efficacy. It’s for teachers who want to identify gaps in their knowledge and confidence, as well as school and district administrators who want to get an overall picture of the organizational strengths and gaps in learning science knowledge and confidence in classroom practices.
Attend or Host a WorkshoP
Collaborating with teachers and schools in-person, for multiple professional development sessions continues to lead to the most significant changes in the Mind, Brain, and Education science mindset, knowledge, and research to practice translation skills of teachers and school leaders.
Read the book
Neuroteach was written to help solve the problem teachers and school leaders have in knowing how to bring the growing body of educational neuroscience research into the design of their schools, classrooms, and work with each individual student.
Sign Up for the Academy
The Science of Teaching and School Leadership Academy is a four-day deep dive into Mind, Brain, Education science and how this research can inform, validate, and transform teaching and learning. Purposefully designed for educators within all school settings, the Academy develops public, charter, private, state, and international school educators’ MBE knowledge, mindsets, and translational skills.
Register for Neuroteach Global
Neuroteach Global (NTG) is the first virtual learning experience to use the Science of Learning to teach the Science of Learning. NTG brings to teachers, school leaders, university professors, program coordinators, and policymakers the most promising research in how the brain learns, works, changes, and thrives.