Yesterday we left after a wonderful NSU Global Leadership Conference at Disney Contemporary Hotel in Orlando. It was wonderful to connect with so many of our students, faculty, and those coming into the programs! We welcome many of you here!
Thursday, July 12, 2012
Thursday, July 5, 2012
We hope to see many of our students, colleagues, and friends at the upcoming Global Leadership Conference at the Disney Contemporary Hotel in Orlando. Our session is called ... Leading the Way: Putting Mind, Brain, and Education Research into Practice
In our session you will discover how key findings from the fields of education, mind, and brain provide hope, promise, and practical implications for schooling today. We will share research findings based on studies of graduates of these exciting studies. Participants will learn about new discoveries regarding brain plasticity that support adult and student learning, the power of adopting and modeling practical optimism, and strategies for increasing attention, memory, and finishing tasks. These findings on the impact of MBE studies are based on several datasets that have been shared in recent months at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, American Educational Research Association (INET), National Association of Elementary School Principals, and the International Educational Organization’s symposia in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Research and applications shared in this session will also be included in an teacher education textbook currently in development with Teachers College Press and an article in The Reading Teacher journal, both of which are tentatively set for publication in 2013. Visit us at www.brainsmart.org.
Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Happy July 4th! I'm reposting Diane Dahl's post today for educators and other friends and colleagues who seek to learn more about the importance of optimism generally and academic optimism specifically. What a wonderful disposition to have in school and life!
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