2019-2020 School Year Presentations

November 22-24, 2019 “Research in Action: How to Teach Language with Brain Research in Mind” (The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, DC)

November 25, 2019 “MBE and Teacher Professional Learning: Measuring the Impact” (Learning & the Brain Conference Boston)

December 7-11, 2019 “Accelerating Teacher Understanding of Learning Sciences” (Learning Forward Conference St. Louis, MO)

January 22-23, 2019 “Mind, Brain, and Education and the Future of Education” (Ravenswood School Sydney, AU)

February 14, 2020 “Your Brain on Stress: Dial Down the Stress Without Dumbing Down School” (Learning and the Brain Conference San Francisco, CA)

February 26, 2020 “Educational Neuroscience and the Future of School Innovation” (National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Conference Philadelphia, PA)

June 1-2, 2020 Summit for Transformative Learning (St. Louis, MO)

June 15-17, 2020 Teaching All Kinds of Minds (TAKOM) (Potomac, MD) and Design Thinking (Potomac, MD)

July 19-23, 2020 Science of Teaching and School Leadership Academy (Potomac, MD)

Past Presentations

November 11, 2019 “Using the Science of Learning to Teach Teachers the Science of Learning” (researchED Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

November 4-6, 2019 EdSurge Fusion (San Francisco, California)

November 2, 2019 “Math and the Mind” (Park Tudor School Indianapolis, Indiana)

May 3, 2019: “From the Conference to the Classroom: How to Bring the Science of Learning Back to Your Colleagues, School, Program, and Students?” Learning and the Brain Conference (New York City)

March 4-7, 2019: “Leveraging Technology to Make Expert Teachers.” SXSWedu

February 10-12, 2019: “Leveraging Technology and Mind, Brain, and Education Science Research: A Pathway to Enhancing Teacher Quality, Student Achievement, and Student Wellbeing” New Teacher Center National Symposium (Dallas, Texas)

January 27, 2019: “The Power of Partnership.” National Network of Schools in Partnership (Washington, DC)

November 7, 2018: The Science of Learning and the Future of Teaching and School Leadership Cedar Rapids, IA

October 29, 2018: Virginia Association of Independent Schools Annual Conference in Richmond, VA

October 27, 2018: researchED Philadelphia “How to Create a Research-Informed School (and the best teachers in the world)?

September 15, 2018: Challenge Success Fall Conference at Stanford University

May 22-23, 2018: First South Africa Mind, Brain, and Education Conference

October 7, 2017: “Using Mind, Brain, and Education Science to Help Make the Greatest Teachers in the World.” researchEd (NYC)

October 9, 2017: “Developing an Online MBE Professional Development Program.” Mind, Brain and Education: Research, Policy and Practice Collaboratory at NYU

November 4, 2018: “Are You a Neuroteacher . . . Yet?” The Greater Washington Montessori Conference

November 10-12: “Transforming Teaching and Assessments for 21st Century Schools” presentation with Dr. Mariale Hardiman, Vice-Dean of Academic Affairs Johns Hopkins University School of Education, author of The Brain Targeted Teaching Model for 21st Century School at Learning and the Brain Conference (Boston).

February 11-13: “Mind, Brain, and Education Science: The Future of Teacher and School Leadership Training” National Symposium on Teacher Induction

April 19-21, 2018: Mindful, Behaved Minds Learning and the Brain Conference (New York City)

January 12, 2017: “The Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning: Bringing Mind, Brain, and Education Science to Teachers and the Classroom”  Webinar with The Alliance For Excellent Education (Washington, DC), 

February 17, 2017: “Neuroteach: Brain Science and the Future of Teacher and School Leadership Training”-Learning and the Brain Conference (San Francisco, CA)

March 3, 2017: “Brain Science and the Future of Teacher and School Leader Training” at the NAIS Annual Conference (Baltimore, MD)

March 6-9, 2017: “Are You a Neuroteacher Yet?” at SXSWedu (Austin, TX)

April 7-9, 2017: Learning and the Brain Conference (Arlington, VA)

June 22-23, 2017: The Telegraph Festival of Education (Wellington College, England)