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Learning, Stress, and the Brain using the Neurosequential Model in Education from Dr. Bruce Perry

August 3 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Learning, Stress, and the Brain using the Neurosequential Model in Educa...

Join us for our in-person presentation – Learning, Stress, and the Brain using the Neurosequential Model in Education from Dr. Bruce Perry

The first 50 eligible participants will receive a $25 HEB gift card. Eligible participants include educators and school personnel in k-12 in the central Texas area (teachers, counselors, administrators, nurses, social workers, librarians, SRO, and other student support services). Please reach out to samantha.maccallon@austin.utexas.edu with any questions. Breakfast will be provided for all participants.

This training will offer Central Texas teachers an opportunity to become familiar with a few of the core concepts of the Neurosequential Model that are based in brain science. Through a combination of discussion, experiential activity, and group think, teachers will explore these concepts and begin to relate them to their learning environment and the students they serve to create a more responsive classroom environment and widen the learning capacity of their students.

Objectives:

  • Learn about the Neurosequential Network and a few core concepts of NME -Better understand ourselves as educators and the students we engage with in the learning environment
  • Explore school and classroom-based activities that can support student learning
  • Develop a beginning plan based on brain science that you can use beginning next school year

Presenters:

  • Dr. Dinorah Bores, Ed.D. – Bilingual Coordinator
  • Jesse Schultz, LCSW – Licensed Mental Health Professional with Austin ISD (providing direct service support to K-12 students)

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Venue

In-Person