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3rd Australasian LIVE & VIRTUAL Conference for Neuroscience, Learning and Well-being
FRIDAY 18 & SATURDAY 19 MARCH 2022
Adelaide - South Australia
The Institute for Neuroscience and Education (iN-Ed) focuses on learning and research to enhance the use of Neuroscience principles and practices in educational settings. The paradigm of education is shifting from cognitive performance-based outcomes to thriving, sustained learning. This shift is profound in terms of brain development and deep learning. The iN-Ed builds the capacity of educators to apply neuroscience to pedagogy and improve learning outcomes and well-being for children and young people through the provision of online learning, conferences, workshops and advocacy. The iN-Ed collaborates with key stakeholders, Departments and Ministries of Education and Student Well-being, Schools and Universities.
Virtual Conference 2021
I would sincerely like to thank our Day 1 Presenters: Professor Selena Bartlett and Ms Sheryl Batchelor, Mr Thedy Veliz, Diamond Creek East Primary School team Mr Robert Rostolis, Mr Stephen Campbell and Mr Josh Gee and psychologist Ms Maria Ruberto, and Dr David Collins for making Day 1 an exceptional, inspirational and amazing day for learning about how to apply neuroscience principles in education and in all areas of life to promote well-being the performance! This new paradigm of research shows that it is not about finding strategies to improve children’s behaviour or increase their learning abilities but that we the adults whether parents, teachers practitioners or any adult in a child’s life are the intervention!
With much gratitude and appreciation, I would sincerely like to thank our Day 2 presenters: Dr Anne Southall, Dr Robyn Gillies, Ms Rose Jost, Ms Emma Grant, and Dr Sonja Vanderaa. Again another wonderful day of important and relevant information to support Well-being for teachers, students, parents and all of us!
I was privileged and honoured to have all Day 1 and Day 2 Keynote Presenters share their expertise, passion and connection with attendees and with other presenters, including with my wonderful conference team and myself. I encourage everyone to keep sharing important information. Let’s continue to celebrate and share important research in the new paradigm linking neuroscience, psychology and education for the benefit of our most precious asset our children.