The Inaugural Australasian Conference for Neuroscience, Learning and Well-being
25 & 26 March 2019
Thank You to our Conference Presenters
Sincere thanks to all our Presenters for sharing your wealth of knowledge and experience at the Inaugural Conference for Neuroscience, Learning and Well-being on 25 and 26 March, 2019 in Melbourne. We truly
appreciate your enthusiasm and passion!
Thank You to our Conference Attendees
On behalf of the iN-Ed team, we thank you for your attendance.
We hope that you found the Conference informative and worthwhile. The primary goal of this Conference was to bring together researchers, educators and practitioners to provide evidence-based strategies following the Theory and Practice of Applied Brain-Based Pedagogy.
We believe that our diverse and dynamic group of speakers created a collegial environment in which we were all able to connect and engage!
Your presence helped to make this event a great success and your interest and positive spirit helped make our time together both productive and fun.
We wish you all the best and hope that you continue to be engaged with iN-Ed.
Please stay tuned for upcoming events including our online BrainSmart 4 Learning Modules by visiting in-ed.com.au.
As promised, we are posting slides provided by some of the Presenters in a File Share tab under the conference heading for Conference attendees only. Therefore, we invite you to visit the iN-Ed website to download the material.
If you wish to view photos from the event please visit the Conference page!
SAVE THE DATE 30 & 31 March, 2020
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Some comments from our attendees
It was such a wonderful learning experience and there is so much for me to take back, not only to my Kindy but for my career working with young people in the future.
The Inaugural Australasian Conference for Neuroscience, Learning and Wellbeing has been the highlight of the professional development I have completed in my years of teaching. It has provided me with knowledge, understanding and strategies that I feel every teacher should have access to. This experience has positively and profoundly enhanced my practices working with the most vulnerable young people. I can't express my gratitude and respect enough to Rita, and all of the presenters, for the wealth of knowledge and support they have shared to make educational environments a positive and healing place for children's sense of wellbeing.
Once again thank you Rita! I look forward to next year's conference.
Thank you so much for the opportunity to attend your two-day Inaugural Australasian Conference for Neuroscience, Learning & Well-being last week. It was wonderful to be privy to some of the latest research and developments in brain-based education, including your Brain Smart 4 Learning initiative. Thank you!
I was also heartened to see such collaborative interdisciplinary initiatives promoting brain-based approaches to learning & well-being. Attending the two-day conference has affirmed my personal interest in the promotion of collaborative trauma-informed and brain-based initiatives.