Building Blocks of Neuroscience

Reverse Engineer Classrooms through Connecting Neuroscience

Guest Expert | Seated | Paid

  • Date: October 3, 2022

  • Time: 9-3:30 PM

  • Location: Community Room at the Faught Administration Center, 301 S Main St, Nixa MO 65714

  • Intended Audience: Principals & Assistant Principals, Instructional Coaches, Teachers, University Professors

  • Lunch: Sponsored by our Partner, Jason Dial from Trane Technologies

  • Registration: Substitutions are encouraged as refunds will not be provided. If you previously registered for the Future Focused Leadership Network Bundle you are already registered for this event.

    • Members: $100

    • Nonmembers: $150

Description

Safe and secure environments are the focal point in education. In order to create safe environments for students to thrive and reach their full potential, educators must ensure that all classroom environments are a place where students want to be. This means we must build learning from a place of compassion. We know this, but what does science tell us?

Take part in this enriching experience in which we reverse engineer classrooms through connecting neuroscience in the simple and complex decisions we make daily.

FFL Network

This event is a part of our Future Focused Leadership Network, but open to all. If you previously registered for the Future Focused Leadership Network Bundle you are already registered for this event.

Guest Expert

Adam Drummond

Adam Drummond

  • Associate Partner

  • International Center for Leadership in Education

  • Podcast Co-Host: Lead Change in Education

Dr. Drummond is an associate partner and author at the International Center for Leadership in Education. Prior to joining ICLE, Drummond worked in K-12 education as a teacher, district office professional learning coordinator, and school administrator. Adam also serves as an adjunct instructor at Ball State University and Huntington University. He is the author of "Instructional Change Agent: 48 Ways to be the Leader Your School Needs." Adam lives in Indiana with his family including his sons - Chase, 16 and Carson, 12, and daughter Carter, 7.

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