Workshops and presentations
— based on neuroscience and psychology — 
for teachers, students, and parents.

Photo: Loomis Chaffee Archive

Photo: Loomis Chaffee Archive

For Teachers:
Professional Development

Translate the Brain makes brain science clear and immediately useful for teachers and academic administrators. 

FOR Students & PareNTS:
PRESENTATIONS

These lively and informative talks help students — and their parents — understand what happens inside their heads as they learn.

 

Upcoming Workshops

A Teacher's Guide to the Learning Brain
New York State Association of Independent Schools
Rye Country Day School
Rye, NY
April 8, 2017

 

Combating Stereotype Threat with
Mindset, Motivation, and Research

TABS-NAIS Global Symposium
Miami, FL
April 30, 2017

 

21st Century Learning Academy:
Putting Working Memory to Work

Florida Council of Independent Schools
Tampa, Florida
June 21-23

 

Emotional Learning Conference
LLI New England @ Brewster Academy

Wolfeboro, NH
June 19-20

For EVERYONE:
recommended Resources

Need a place to start or to expand your knowledge of the field? These books and articles will expand your horizons.

 

We had Ted Sizer here once; I would equate that experience with Andrew’s talk
in magnitude of its significance and value to me. “
— Teacher, St. Mark's School

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