Join us on Friday October 23rd 2015 in Vancouver, BC at the Westin Bayshore Hotel for a truly inspirational day where, through the words of the presenters and conversations between our passionate attendees, we further strengthen the connections between neuroscience and educational practice.
Hosted by Eaton Arrowsmith School, Magnussen School and Eaton Cognitive Improvement Centre, the Neuroplasticity and Education: Strengthening the Connection conference is quickly becoming the sought after ticket for the BC wide Provincial Professional Day each year. Last year this event sold out early and had a wait list of 150 people on conference day!
New this year:
Our Early Bird deadline is TOMORROW – FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18th 2015. Reserve your tickets online today at www.neuroplasticityandeducation.com to save 50 dollars off of the regular ticket price. Get a group of 5 or more together and register at the same time to save even more!
Extend your experience for the weekend and enjoy all that Vancouver has to offer by taking advantage of the reduced room rates that the Westin Bayshore Hotel has offered to conference attendees. This special room offer ends on TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22nd, so book now!
Questions about the conference? Interested in exhibiting with us or hearing about opportunities to sponsor aspects of this event? Please consult the conference website or email Sandra Heusel, conference coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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