The Truth about Brain-Based Learning

Janet Zadina

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Janet Zadina presents: The Truth about Brain-based Learning

Since the beginning of brain-based learning practices, research has changed dramatically.  We can see inside learner’s brains as they learn, read, and remember.  As a result, some of the early beliefs have been found to be wrong.  Attend this presentation and discover if what you believe about the brain and learning is true via a fun, interactive activity.  Then learn about the part of the brain that is hindering learning during COVID and some strategies for overcoming that.  Have fun and leave with a new understanding and research-based strategies!

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Janet Zadina

Dr. Janet Zadina is an Educational Neuroscientist and president of Brain Research and Instruction. After teaching high school and community college for over 20 years, Dr. Zadina came across research about the neuroimaging of dyslexia and returned to school to become a cognitive neuroscientist, conducting award-winning research on the neuroanatomy of dyslexia through MRI brain scans at Tulane University School of Medicine where she was Assistant Professor in the department of neurology.  Due to the international response to her presentations, Dr. Zadina now works full time informing the public about neuroscience and learning.