Eric Jensen is a former teacher and educational leader who grew up in San Diego, California. Jensen’s M.A. is in Organizational Development and his Ph.D. is in Human Development.
For over two decades he has synthesized brain research and developed practical applications for educators. Jensen has authored more than 30 books, including Teaching with Poverty in Mind, Tools for Engagement, Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind, Turnaround Tools for the Teenage Brain, Poor Students Rich Students, and Different Brains, Different Learners.
Jensen is a member of the invitation-only Society for Neuroscience, the President’s Club at Salk Institute of Biological Studies, and the New York Academy of Sciences.
Jensen is a difference-maker, named as one of the top 30 global gurus in education. He co-founded and led four million-dollar companies including the first and largest brain-compatible academic enrichment program. SuperCamp is now held in 14 countries with over 65,000 graduates.
You’ll love the simplicity and impact of this high-powered session. Students who have fallen behind need not just better tools, but a great learning experience every day. Catch-up learning begins with the secrets of rapid trust-building in a teacher-student relationship. Eric Jensen will give the “Big 4” secrets that fuel the fire in any student. Over 90% of all teachers miss these critical strategies. Start with the “Big 4,” and your students will be on board with greater effort. Net, you’ll learn the three cognitive tools that matter most for rapid learning catch-up: attention, understanding, and memory.