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REMINDER: Early Bird deadline for Neuroplasticity and Education Conference is ONE MONTH AWAY

Posted on August 18, 2015 ,

The Early Bird deadline for Neuroplasticity and Education: Strengthening the Connection is ONE MONTH away (September 18th)!

If you haven’t purchased your tickets yet, don’t delay! This event has sold out the past two years. You should also consider reserving your room at the Westin Bayshore at our conference prices.

Register and find out more at www.neuroplasticityandeducation.com 

About the Conference: Neuroplasticity and Education: Strengthening the Connection

This year five leading experts in the fields of neuroscience and education will meet at the Westin Bayshore Hotel to speak about the incredible potential for positive change that comes when we understand the connections between our brain’s ability to strengthen and educational practice. Join 750 educators, parents, psychologists, counsellors, speech language pathologists, occupational therapists, neuroscientists and those in related professions to hear an amazing line up of world renowned pioneers speak about the connections between education and neuroscience. Be ahead of the field and part of revolutionary conversations with the potential to enhance educational practice as we know it.

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