The School of Education’s Neuro-Education Initiative furthers the understanding of how research findings from the cognitive and neurosciences has the potential to inform teaching and learning through research, collaboration, and advocacy. In partnership with the School of Medicine, Kennedy-Krieger Institute, and the Brain Science Institute, this Initiative fosters dialog among educators and brain science researchers to develop joint research projects and magnifies the potential for current findings to enrich educational practice.
"Linking brain research to education is extremely valuable to our understanding of student development and learning," said Mariale Hardiman, author of Connecting Brain-Research with Effective Teaching: Brain Targeted Teaching Model.
Join us for the 5th annual NEI summit sponsored by the School of Education’s Neuro- Education Initiative on Thursday, May 2, 2013 from 8am-4pm:
“Executive Function: Approaches to Research and Intervention for School – Age Children”
This summit will explore three research areas of executive function and the implications for practice:
To register, go to https://housing6.res.jhu.edu/KxRegistration/Executive%20Function
The 2012-13 Face-to-Face Cohort began July 2012 and will be completed in the fall of 2013.
Next Online Cohort: In Spring 2013 we will begin accepting applications for the online cohort that will start in Fall 2013. School of Education Education application deadline is April 1, 2013.