Brain-Informed Strategies for Teaching and Learning

Free parent and educator workshop
with Dr. Julie Nolan

Thursday, October 20
7 – 8 PM
Zoom (link provided upon registration)

A Neuro-science Approach

The neuro-sequential model of teaching and learning can help us understand the necessary elements to enable students’ learning.

In this workshop, teachers and parents will learn about brain states that enhance or inhibit learning, as well as the causes of student behavioral concerns, and how these may impact a student’s academic functioning. Participants will also develop concrete strategies to get the most from their students.

Educators and parents with students of all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend. Best suited for elementary-aged children, grades K-5.

Zoom information provided upon registration

About Dr. Nolan:

Dr. Julene Nolan is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Minnesota. Phoenix School Counseling, LLC is registered with the State of Minnesota and has been providing mental health in-service training to schools throughout Minnesota since 1981. Dr. Nolan serves schools and families with mental/behavioral health, school performance, and social/emotional learning needs.