2nd Annual Rocky Mountain Regional Mind & Brain Education Mini Conference
Join us at the Denver Museum of Nature &Science for a day of "Mind & Brain Education" presented and attended by local K–12 educators with a common interest in applying psychology and neuroscience to their practice as they learn about things like:
- How do we learn?
- How do we regulate emotion?
- Culturally responsive teaching and the brain
- What motivates and demotivates learners?
- The science of belonging and agency
We are bringing together local facilitators who will present some evidence-based strategies that you can walk away and use tomorrow. Choose between several 90-minute concurrent mini-sessions held in 3 rounds.
A.M. Keynote Speaker
The Science & Practice of Classroom Attention
Andrew Watson - Nationally Recognized Educator & Author
Founder of “Translate the Brain”
P.M. Keynote Speaker
Building a Science of Teaching and Learning: One Educator's Journey
Shawna Angelo - Delta County School District
2022 Learning & The Brain Award Winner "Transforming Education Through the Science of Learning"
DATE AND TIME:
Saturday, October 1
8 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
For practicing K–12 grade educators
Interested in attending the Preconference Workshop with Andrew Watson? Click here.
COST AND CREDIT:
Optional Credit: 0.5 graduate level re-licensure credit (requires attendance at all three breakout sessions, and at least one of the two keynote addresses, as well as submission of one short lesson plan reflection following the conference.)
Cost: $35 (for optional credit)
All programs require payment at time of registration. All sales are final unless the Museum cancels the event.
Registration is required
Click the "Register Now" button or call 303.370.6000. Registration closes three days prior to the start date of the program. For questions regarding this course, please e-mail [email protected]