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Friday, August 5 • 8:30am - 9:15am
The Neuroscience of Deeper Learning LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

"How do we teach math?" It's a good question, but to answer it we need to ask ourselves something different: "How do we learn math?" 25 years ago, a group of neuroscience researchers set out to find serious answers to this question by looking at spatial-temporal reasoning. Driving this research was the bold idea: What if math could be taught the way the brain learns? Let's discuss the result of this research and how we can provide equitable access to learning tools proven to help all students.

avatar for Nigel Nisbet

Nigel Nisbet

VP Content Creation, MIND Research Institute
Former High School Math Teacher, District Secondary Math Coordinator (LAUSD) and Professional Musician (actually had top 20 hits). Love to talk about music, neuroscience, creativity, mathematics, puzzles, and education :))

Friday August 5, 2022 8:30am - 9:15am CDT
Short Creek 3
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