Presented by The Johns Hopkins University Neuro-Education Initiative (NEI), the JHU Council for PreK-12 Education and the JHU School of Education’s Center for Technology in Education
The summit includes panel discussions by leading researchers, such as noted Johns Hopkins neuroscientists Steven Yantis and Martha Bridge Denckla, followed by roundtable discussion groups.
The summit will explore three research areas and discuss implications for practice. The three strands include:
The JHU summit is presented in partnership with the Learning & the Brain Conference which will be held on May 4- 6, 2012 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel in Arlington, VA . Please note that attendees must register separately for each event. To register for the Learning and Brain Conference in Arlington, VA., visit http://learningandthebrain.com.
Early registration is strongly encouraged as space is limited. For more information contact Sharon Lampkin at mailto:S.Lampkin@jhu.edu or call 410-516-0640. Click here to register. Directions and parking information will be provided upon registration.
The summit at the Johns Hopkins campus in Baltimore is easily accessible to Washington, DC by Amtrak train from Penn Station in Baltimore and Union Station in Washington, DC.