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BRAIN-BASED LEARNING: FROM CLASSROOMS TO VIDEO GAME CONSOLES

December 4, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

BRAIN-BASED LEARNING: FROM CLASSROOMS TO VIDEO GAME CONSOLES nMonday, December 4, 2017 9:00am-12:00pm (registration starts at 8:30)nHoward Community College nDuncan Hall, Room 100 nColumbia, MD nPresented by Dr. Vincent Culotta, Ph.D. ABN, Dr. Melissa Blackwell, Psy.D.Dr. Kirk M. Griffith, Ph.D. Experts in the field of neurodevelopment and neuroscience will explore brain-based learning across settings including the classroom, social media, and video gaming. Parents and professionals can examine attention, learning, and other self-regulatory differences. Evidence-based strategies to support individuals in and beyond high school will be offered. Explore the impact of social media and video games among adolescents from a neuroscience perspective. Examine the relationship between video game overuse and behavioral and academic functioning. For questions, please contact Dianne Nagle at 443 518-4625 or dnagle@howardcc.edu. Conference Registration fees: $45 by 11/25/17, $50 after 11/27/17 and at door. 3 CEU’s Available. To Register go to: howardcc.edu/brainbasedlearning n

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Date:
December 4, 2017
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2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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