Mind Your Brain tour – 17th & 18th March 2010
“Mind Your Brain “ tour
Terry Small a.k.a. “The Brain Man” http://www.terrysmall.com is a sought after International conference speaker who will leave you astounded at the wonders of the human brain while giving you practical tips to help your brain work more efficiently. We are thrilled to have Terry as our Keynote speaker.
Wednesday 17th & Thursday 18th March, 2010
Parklands Baptist Church, 180 QueensPark Drive, Christchurch
Registrations: Soesi Watson Ph (03) 541 9211
Childcare is avaiable
Please make own arrangements for lunch and dinner (fish and chips on site). Tea and coffee will be provided.
Contact Dot email@example.com if you wish to contribute.
|Wednesday 17 March|
Venue opens for registrations and resource viewing
“Things we Wish We’d Known”
Veteran homeschoolers share their thoughts
|5pm||Dinner break and resource viewing|
“Homeschool graduates speak”
Be encouraged by hearing from those who have ‘come out the other end’!
“Brain Boosting Secrets: 16 Things Everyone Must Know About the Brain”
|Thursday 18th March
Venue Opens for registration and resource viewing
“Engaging the brain part 1?
Have you ever taught something only to discover that it just did not “stick” in the minds of your students? Research has a great deal to say about the brain and learning! It is possible to easily help students learn faster and remember more… and have more fun. You will learn many practical tips and strategies that you can use immediately.
You will learn and discover: * how the brain processes information * the best way for students to take notes * why state and strategy are just as important as content * the top 10 Brain-Learning Principles * what students report is the #1 Study Technique * how music affects learning * how to boost attention * how to increase the capacity of one’s memory and much, much more!
This workshop is divided into two lively, humorous, and interactive sessions. You will leave with new knowledge and many eye-opening ideas that will make this year different.
|10.30am||Morning Tea and resource viewing|
“Studying with the Brain in Mind”
|12.30pm||Lunch and resource viewing|
Learning increases with laughter! Brain research has a great deal to say about the role of humour in learning.
Afternoon Tea and resource viewing
“Engaging the Brain Part 2?
A children’s programme and creche will be provided. Morning and afternoon teas will be provided but parents will need to provide lunch. Teens must be registered and attend the workshops.
Parkside Baptist Church, 180 QueensPark Drive, Christchurch
Email registrations: firstname.lastname@example.org
Queries: Dot Brown Ph 03 312 8790
Online Registration Form (recommended): http://www.learnex.co.nz/Editable/conference/MindYourBrainChristchurch.shtmlThe “Excellence in Learning” Tour is brought to you in association with:
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