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Promote an understanding of neuroscience research within the educational community. We hope to achieve this goal by promoting neuroscience research that has implications for educational practice and by providing a forum for the issues and controversies connecting these two fields.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017
2010 Annual Meeting - Denver

Brain, Neurosciences, and Education SIG Sessions
AERA Annual Meeting, Denver 2010

Planned Program

A Systematic Approach to Educational Neuroscience:
Research Within the London-Based CEN
Scheduled Time: Saturday, May 1 - 10:35 AM - 12:05 PM
Building/Room: Colorado Convention Center / Room 102
Title Displayed in Event Calendar: A Systematic Approach to Educational Neuroscience: Research Within the London-Based CEN
Session Organizer/Chair: Andrew Kenneth Tolmie (Institute of Education- London)
Educational Neuroscience: Some Key Working Principles
  • Andrew Kenneth Tolmie (Institute of Education- London). The Neuroscience of the Callous-Unemotional Subtype of Conduct Problems: Implications for Intervention and
    Education
  • Alice Jones (University College London), Essi Viding (University College London). Sensitive Periods in Brain Development: Implications for Educational Policy
  • Michael Thomas (Birkbeck College London). A New Approach to Dyscalculia Intervention Using Adaptive Learning Technologies
  • Brian Butterworth (University College London), *Diana Laurillard (Institute of Education - London). Discussant: Sashank Varma Varma (University of Minnesota)

Business Meeting

Business Meeting Overview
Scheduled Time: Friday, April  30, 6:15 PM - 7:45 PM
Building/Room: Colorado Convention Center / Room 106
Title Displayed in Event Calendar: Brain, N,eurosciences, and Education SIG Business Meeting
Session Organizer: George G. Hruby (Utah State University)

**Members should attend. Nonmembers and interested parties are also welcome**

Tentative Agenda
Session1: Introductions
Session 2: Overview of work in past year Launching of new web site
Launching of new newsletter
Membership offerings/advantages
Inaugural Advisory Board
Relationship with IMBES
Session 3: Overview of plans for 2010-2011
Discussion of planned 2010 symposium on education and neurosciences
Session 4: Review of Bylaws
Session 5: Officer Nominations and Voting (if needed)
Session 6:
Discussion
Session 7: Closing

Note: Pertinent handouts will be available at the meeting.

 

2010 BNE-SIG Planned Program

Poster Session

Poster Session Overview
Scheduled Time: Saturday, May 1,  8:15 AM - 9:45 AM
Building/Room: Colorado Convention Center / Korbel Ballroom 3
Title Displayed in Event Calendar: Poster Session 1
Session Organizer: Samara Wolf (AERA)
Description: How the Brain Performs Mental Calculations poster
*Enrique Ortiz (University of Central Florida)


Paper Session

Research and Cautions in Educational Neuroscience
Scheduled Time: Sunday, May 2,  8:15 AM - 10:15 AM
Building/Room: Colorado Convention Center / Room 203
Title Displayed in Event Calendar: Research and Cautions in Educational Neuroscience
Session Organizer: George G. Hruby (Utah State University)
Papers:

Collaborative Cognition, Joint Attention, and Learning: From Neuroscience to Classroom Practice

Peter Mundy (University of California - Davis), Ann M. Mastergeorge (University of California - Davis)

 

Functional Brain Imaging of Graphical Differentiation in Calculus

Larissa B. Schroeder (University of Connecticut), Thomas C. Defranco (University of Connecticut)

 

Educators' Beliefs About Neuroscience in Education: Promises and Concerns

Debby M. Zambo (Arizona State University), *Ron Zambo (Arizona State University)

 

A Proposed Framework for Educators to Understand and Evaluate Brain-Based Educational Products

Lesley Sylvan (Harvard University), *Joanna Christodoulou (Harvard University)

Discussant: George G. Hruby (Utah State University)

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