Hope and Hazard: The Fascinating World of the Teenage Brain Program Description Delve into the differences between adult and adolescent brains and the powerful impact this understanding can have for you and your students. There is biology behind the pitfalls teens experience in their brain development, and helping them understand this can lead them to a stronger sense of empowerment. We’ll give you effective tools that can help you connect and assist teens on their journey. Join us for this short, interactive, and insightful workshop. Part of the Monthly Mind and Brain Education Series Grade For practicing 6-12 grade teachers. Date and Time Saturday, February 228:30 a.m.–noon Cost and Credit Cost: $60 (includes coffee and bagels) Group Size 40 educators Special Requirements Children cannot be accommodated in Teachers Professional Development Programs; no exceptions. Participants who arrive with children will not be admitted to the program. Registration Information Registration is required. Click the "Book 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] Payment All programs require payment at time of registration. All sales are final unless the Museum cancels the event.