Date(s) - 04/03/2015
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Relaxation Centre of Queensland
A wide body of evidence suggests that the human brain is highly susceptible to environmental input.
Teaching and parenting is a highly targeted form of environmental input. Therefore, teaching changes brains. Experiences change the brain far more than earlier believed in the first third of our life. This can give educators and parents tremendous hope for change based on smart teaching.
Elizabeth Noske sees herself as a perpetual student of neuroscience, teaching leadership and parenting and is passionate about sharing knowledge, strategies and techniques so our brains not only survive but thrive in a world of challenge, change and opportunity. See also The Mysteries of The Teenage Brain Tuesday 31 March.
FEE: $20. PLEASE BOOK.
Bookings are closed for this event.