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The Marian University School of Education Conference, September 14-15, 2012

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
As educators and parents, we must explore ways to assist students in nurturing their sense of self, employing empathy, remembering their innate genius, and instilling optimism as we teach. When students feel safe and optimistic, creative and critical thi
Thinking Beyond the Boundaries in Education through Social and Emotional Learning. Know the facts. Get the tools. Be the difference!   Join keynote speaker Dr. Judy Willis and many more presenters for this one-of-a-kind conference hosted by the Marian University School of Education.     Every attendee will receive free BrainWare Safari (brain-based and multi-sensory learning) software valued at $150.   For more information on the conference, or to register online, please visit theconference registration page.    Dr. Judy Willis, a board-certified neurologist in Santa Barbara, California, has combined her 15 years as a practicing adult and child neurologist with her teacher education training and years of classroom experience.   After five years teaching at Santa Barbara Middle School, and ten years of classroom teaching all together, in 2010, Dr. Willis reluctantly left teaching middle school students and dedicated herself full-time to teaching educators.   With an adjunct faculty position at the University of California, Santa Barbara graduate school of education, Dr. Willis travels nationally and internationally giving presentations, workshops, and consulting while continuing to write books for parents and educators. She is an authority in the field of learning-centered brain research and classroom strategies derived from this research.        

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