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& Education Seminars

  • Format: In-person or online

  • Duration: 1h to half a day (depending on requirements)

  • Includes: Seminar presentation, notes, resources


Seminars are talks or presentations typically tailored to the requirements of the attendees. This format offers a lot of flexibility to ensure a constructive experience that combines a deeper understanding of the topic of interest with actionable insight.


Key Topics

  • Understanding the Teenage Brain - Provides an overview of brain development in adolescence and how it impacts learning, behavior, emotions, and decision-making. Strategies for working with the teenage brain in the school environment.

  • Optimizing Learning and Performance - Explores the latest neuroscience research on how the brain changes and adapts through learning. Discover strategies to promote learning, growth, and purposeful improvements among students.

  • Understanding Learning Differences - Provides an overview of different learning disabilities/differences. Includes accommodations, tools and teaching strategies to support neurodiverse learners with ADHD, dyslexia, autism, etc.

  • Integrating AI Technology - Discusses ways to effectively leverage the latest developments in AI technology for collaboration, personalized learning, assessment, and engaging students. Includes best practices for technology integration.


Who Should Attend?

Anyone can attend, no prerequisite.


Why Attend?

  • Enhance your understanding of key topics in psychology, neuroscience and education 

  • Generate actionable insight in your professional and personal lives

  • Improve decision-making abilities in uncertain environments.

  • Broaden your knowledge of deep, complex issues



Typically one or a combination of the following:

  • Lecture/Talk - Engaging presentation of the topic with practical examples.

  • Interactive presentation - Share research/information, includes time for Q&A, discussions, and reflection activities.

  • Small-group discussions - After a short presentation, break into small groups to discuss application, share ideas, and problem-solve. Regroup for reflection.

  • Case studies - Real-world examples and case studies for analysis and discussion, and to explore solutions and key learning.

  • Hands-on activities - Incorporates hands-on learning by having participants collaborate with one another. 

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