How to Use Knowledge of the Brain to Enhance Students’ Learning and Behaviour

Presented by Dr. Laura Dieleman, BSc. DC., Chief Science Officer and Founder, Brain 1st Program, Inc. Hosted by Cally Bailey, CEO and Founder, Brain 1st Program, Inc.

Classrooms today are not the same as they were ten years ago. Innovative, effective teaching strategies are needed to help match the needs of our students. We’re here to help.

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This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to preK through elementary teachers, learning assistants/EAs, and school and district leaders.

The goal of this edWebinar is to equip educators, our main brain changers, with knowledge on how and why the brain impacts readiness to learn so they can help tap into students’ brains and make positive, lasting changes on learning and behaviour in the classroom. We discuss the neurological patterns seen in students’ brains and what makes classrooms in today’s age unique.

Educators and administrators will leave this edWebinar feeling equipped with easy-to-implement strategies that can be used to help improve classroom behaviour and learning at its core. Teachers, principals, and district administrators, you won’t want to miss this one!

Program Features

Your annual subscription includes:

Instant activities and stations

Instant activities and stations

Resource library perfect for physical education

Easy, guided implementation

Easy, guided implementation

Classroom friendly for large groups, small groups, or one on one!

Flexible experience

Flexible experience

Play what you need, when you need it!

Tailored videos

Tailored videos

Programs custom to specific grades for maximum engagement

List of competencies

List of competencies

Curriculum based student assessments paired with each course

Supplementary assessments

Supplementary assessments

A library of fun printable worksheets provided

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