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About the Class
Workshop: Neuromyths Presented by Robert Cantwell, Ed.D. When students are able to repeat information heard in class, does it mean they learned it Is “learning styles” real? How much of our brain do we really use.

What will you learn in this course?

-This workshop will introduce participants to a variety of Brain Myths – statements that are commonly believed to be true about the brain and learning processes.
-Dr. Robert Cantwell will present current research findings related to the brain and learning, invite participants to consider how these myths may impact the work they do, and collaboratively discuss ways to incorporate research truths into their work. Washington Clock Hours are available for this workshop.
About Robert Cantwell, Ed.D. Dr. Robert D. Cantwell’s experience includes classroom teaching, home-based family services, and leading large and small professional teams. He believes in building strong relationships with children, families, and staff. Students are always at the center of his work. He has served to learn communities in remote, rural, and urban areas of Alaska, Oregon, and Europe. His specialties are; organizational change, collaborative leadership, neuroeducation, special education law, inclusive practices, early childhood to kindergarten transitions, low incidence disabilities, P-3 systems development and alignment, collaborative problem solving, teacher mentoring/coaching, trauma-informed practices, agency liaising, early learning, progress monitoring/data collection, training and utilization of education assistants, managing resources and budgets.

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