2023 AGM + Using What Brain Research Tells Us About Learning and Behaviour In Our Work With Children
3 February 2024
9:20 am - 2:00 pm
Completion certificates are emailed at the end of conference to email provided.
Registration: 9:20 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Annual General Meeting: 9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Workshop: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Location: Virtual – Zoom
Workshop Details – Using What Brain Research Tells Us About Learning and Behaviour In Our Work With Children
Research on for the brain and how it works has been of significant focus in recent years. During this workshop, goal examine the main findings on brain development, age-related differences, and how this impacts a child’s journey to adult hood. After reviewing this information, participants will examine strategies to use when working with children, based on brain research while not all boys and all girls are the same, research indicates there are some generalities and patterns that are worth considering. We will touch on this an more throughout this workshop.
Questions we will consider include:
How can we use what we know about learning styles to best relate to children and meet their needs? What is the best way to deal with a child who is upset?
About Bruce Ivany
Bruce has been an educator for over 45 years including 34 years in the public school system as a teacher, counsellor, principal and Assistant Superintendent in Abbotsford and 11 years preparing for teachers in the School of Education at Trinity Western University. Bruce has a wealth of experience presenting to large and small organizations on a variety of topics as well as presenting over 85 workshops throughout North America on positive youth and development.