Brain Research & Practical Teaching Strategies
April 21st, 2018 – 8 am to 3 pm at Denver Academy!
2018 KEYNOTE SPEAKER: NADINE GAAB
Nadine Gaab is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital Boston/Harvard Medical School and a member of the faculty at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Her current research within the Laboratories of Cognitive Neuroscience at Children’s Hospital Boston focuses on auditory & language processing in the human brain and its applications for the development of typical and atypical language and literacy skills. The Gaablab is currently working on various topics such as possible pre-markers of developmental dyslexia, the underlying neural mechanism of comorbidity of developmental dyslexia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and the neural correlates of language and reading development across the life-span.
2018 Conference Pricing
(ends March 29, 2018)
| Regular Registration*
(beginsMarch 30, 2018)
Registration Reminders & Important Dates
- Conference fees include lunch this year.
- Early Registration Ends at midnight on March 29th, and all early payments must be received or postmarked by March 30th.
- Regular Registration payment by check will only be available online through Friday, April 6th.
- Regular Registration payment by PayPal will be available through Friday, April 13th.
- Registration ends Friday, April 13th.
- All registration fees submitted are non-refundable.
- Registrations may be transferred to another individual by request of the original registrant. Please email us at email@example.com to initiate a transfer.
- Online registration will only be available through Friday, April 13th, or earlier if we have sold out.
Experience Dyslexia® Simulation, YES! Ambassadors, Topics on Executive Function, Promoting Mathematical Literacy, Morphology, Spelling, Phonology, and more!
“Dyslexia is a different brain organization that needs different teaching methods. It is never the fault of the child, but rather the responsibility of us who teach to find methods that work for that child.”
—MARYANNE WOLF, Director, Center for Reading and Language Research, Tufts University