Learning & the Brain Conferences Named in Best Educational Conference List

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Learning & the Brain conferences are among the 10 best educational conferences in 2017.

Recently, two of Learning & the Brain®’s 2017 education conferences were listed by The Edvocate, an online education magazine, as two of the best conferences in the year ahead. Both the February 17-19 2017 conference, The Science of How We Learn: Engaging Memory, Motivation, Mindsets, Making And Mastery, in San Francisco, CA and the April 7-9, 2017 conference on Positive Student Minds: The Science Of Promoting Positive Emotions, Empathy, Grit & Gratitude in Arlington, VA among the top 10 education conferences of 2017.

According to the The Edvocate, “…some conferences stand out as offering a lot more to educators than a gathering. If you are interested in attending a highly beneficial conference in 2017, the following ten meetings are something you should consider at least following (even if you ultimately decide not to attend).”

Learning & the Brain® is very proud to have been recognized for the quality of our conferences. In February, we will have as our featured speaker John Hattie, PhD of the University of Melbourne who popularized the phrase “visible learning” and in April, our featured speaker is Martin Seligman, PhD, of the University of Pennsylvania and the father of positive psychology. In addition, these conferences will each feature more than 40 other speakers from the fields of psychology, neuroscience and education.

http://www.theedadvocate.org/top-10-cant-miss-education-conferences-in-2017/

Learning and the Brain® connects educators with the science of learning through conferences, one-day professional development seminars and summer institutes. More than 50,000 educators have been to Learning & the Brain® events since 1999.

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