Janelle Laudick
School of Education and Human Sciences

School of Education & Human Sciences to host 3rd session of virtual series for 2020-21

Wed, 04/07/2021

LAWRENCE — The School of Education & Human Sciences at the University of Kansas will host the third and final virtual session of the 2020-21 Strategies Event Series on April 17 via Zoom.

Michael OroscoThe third session, “Understanding Educational Neuroscience Research,” will feature Michael Orosco, associate professor in the Department of Educational Psychology. The session will address advances in educational neuroscience research that has given educators insight into the workings of the mind and brain. Participants will be able to apply information about how learning and teaching affects their students’ brains and their capacity to grow.

“We are pleased to offer another free professional development session, this time focusing on research related to neuroscience and its significance for teaching and learning,” said Rick Ginsberg, dean of the School of Education & Human Sciences. “Dr. Orosco’s expertise in this area provides vital information for today’s educators.”

Orosco’s virtual session will take place at 9 a.m. The session is free and open to the public, though individuals must RSVP online to receive the Zoom access information for participation. Learn more and RSVP for the session online.

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