32nd International Learning & the Brain Conference
Neuroscience is finding that today’s multitasking digital media environment is changing students’ brains, in positive and negative ways, and will transform teaching, education and learning. Explore how the Internet affects students’ brains, focus and behavior; how apps, video games and social networks are being used to rethink learning, teaching and interventions; and how new cognitive computer games can improve student learning, memory, attention, reading, math and science skills.
1700 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, VA 22202
Learning & the Brain® provides educational Conferences, Symposiums and Summer Institutes and professional development on the latest research in neuroscience and psychology and their potential applications to education.
Teachers, school administrators, psychologists, and clinicians from throughout the US, Europe and Asia have been attending Learning & the Brain® Conferences for more than a decade to hear from leading researchers and universities about the latest discoveries in neuroscience and neuroeducation. Come and learn about the latest brain-based learning, teaching, interventions and curriculum at our various events.
» See All: Education & Academic Conferences