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Effectively translating neuroscience for teaching practice: opportunities and next steps

Seminar 3 in the Educated Brain series
When Oct 13, 2017
from 12:30 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Kaetsu Conference Centre, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge
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This is the third and final event in the ESRC-funded Educated Brain series, where education, psychology and neuroscience researchers come together with teachers and practitioners to better understand how we learn, and how we can promote learning across the lifespan through policy and practice. 

This event is supported by the ESRC and Learnus, and delivered in collaboration with three Cambridge Strategic Research Initiatives: Neuroscience, Language Sciences, and Public Policy.

Speakers

Paul Howard-Jones, (Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol)

Jon Simmons (Dept. of Psychology, University of Cambridge)

Sara Baker (Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge)

Michelle Ellefson (Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge)

Aims

  • To revisit outcomes of previous seminars in the series.
  • To elaborate on practical steps which can be taken for the benefit of both the researcher and practitioner communities.

Registration

Registration is free and includes lunch and afternoon refreshments, but you must register (places are limited).

https://cambridge.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eKFJxmadRP8MxYF

Previous seminars in the series 

Foundations of the Educated Brain: Infancy and Early Childhood

http://www.neuroscience.cam.ac.uk/events/event.php?permalink=b3bfb5c006

The Educated Brain at School: Late Childhood and Adolescence

http://www.neuroscience.cam.ac.uk/events/event.php?permalink=90241c04cd

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