The Neuroscience of Early Intervention Online Conference: One Practitioner at a time

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Following on from the success of her first, sell-out conference, this conference will showcase new insights from the neurosciences which appear to provide the foundation for mental health and wellbeing. 

Originally scheduled for March 2020 and postponed due to Covid-19, this exciting event in the Early Years calendar will now take place as an online event featuring the same inspiring speakers and presenters. Attendees will be sent a Zoom link in order to watch the event live on 14 November 2020.

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Mine is passionate about meaningfully bridging the knowledge gap between neuroscience and early years discourse and practice, believing that many inhibitors exist which prevent early years practitioners from being encouraged to grapple with and utilise reliable findings from neuroscience to inform their policies and provision.

Following on from the success of her first, sell-out conference, this conference will showcase new insights from the neurosciences which appear to provide the foundation for mental health and wellbeing. Presenters including Dr Janet Rose and Richard Churches will highlight important neurobiological and neurophysiological research which is enriching our understanding of human relationships and behaviour, as well as exploring the potential of innovative approaches to advance the translation of laboratory evidence into classroom practice, to help bridge this ‘democratic deficit’ in education research, as Richard Churches brings to our attention.

Date : Saturday 14th November

Time: 10.00 – 15.00

HOSTED ONLINE USING ZOOM

Attendees will be sent a personalised invitation nearer the event.

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