Teaching Students about their Brains

Presented by: Jane Langley

Teacher PD Event Information: 6 Teacher PD Hours       

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This workshop will investigate the concept of teaching young people about their brain. It will focus on how building an understanding of the learning brain and the emotion brain assists students in regulating their behaviour and in enhancing their skills as a learner. It will explore strategies students can utilise to move from the emotion brain to the learning brain. It will also explore strategies for teaching students about how they can develop new pathways in their brain. A young person’s ability to do this is not only integral to their learning progress but in also being socially and emotionally competent.

Key Concepts will include:

  • The importance of creating an environment where students are operating from their “learning brain”.
  • Linking emotions with improved learning outcomes.
  • Helping students recognise when they are in the emotion brain or learning brain.
  • Teaching students about the pathways in their brain.
  • Practical strategies for the classroom.

Event Details:

  4th December, 2017
  9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)

Jasper Hotel
489 Elizabeth St, Melbourne

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  Target Audience: Primary and Secondary Teachers.
  $306.90 GST Incl.

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About the Presenter

Jane Langley is a well known educational consultant with a background in teaching and student wellbeing. With just over 20 years experience she brings a wealth of practical strategies to her workshops. During her career as a teacher, drug educator and consultant Jane has supported schools in developing strategies for building effective learning environments and managing student behaviour.

Jane believes in the importance of explicitly teaching young people to be socially and emotionally competent so they can reach their full potential academically and socially. Jane’s work in these areas has been shared locally, nationally and internationally.

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