Mind, Brain and Education: Research, Policy and Practice Collaboratory

Join us for an innovative day of collaborative problem solving with researchers, teachers, policy makers and funders, aimed at transforming research into actionable insights for classroom practices.

Monday, October 9, 2017 (Columbus Day)
From 9am to 5pm
NYU Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South, New York, NY

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Preliminary Program:

9:00 Breakfast

9:30 Opening Remarks

9:45 Keynote: Joanna Christodoulou (MGH Institute) 

10:30 Break

10:45 Design Thinking Roundtables: Small groups of researchers, teachers, policy makers and funders will work collaboratively on problems in mind, brain and education

Facilitators:
Kimberly Tanner (San Francisco State)
Joshua Aronson (New York University)
Joan Walker (National Science Foundation)
Patricia Jennings (University of Virginia)
Yana Weinstein (University of Massachusetts, Lowell)
Marc Schwartz (UT Arlington) & Deborah Cockerham (Ft. Worth Museum of Science & History)
Kimberly Noble (Columbia Teachers College) & Natalie Brito (NYU)
Marsha Wallace (NYC DOE & Urban Advantage NYC)
Carolyn Strom (NYU)
Bryan Mascio (Harvard University)
Kelsey Finkel (Robertson Foundation)
Nina Hood (The Education Hub)

12:15 Lunch and Panel Discussion: School Interventions
Moderator:Vanessa Rodriguez (NYU Medical Center)
Panelists:
Katherine Rosenblatt (NYU Medical Center)
Kai-ama Hamer (NYU Medical Center)
Michelle Mondesir (NYU Medical Center)

1:00 Tabletop Pitch Presentations

2:00 Rapid-fire talks

Nicole Furlonge (Holderness School):
The listening mind
Robert Muratore (The Bronx High School of Science):
Challenges and promises of neuromodulation to education
Sarah Creider (NYU): Micro-analysis of student-teacher interactions:
A window into the classroom experience
Deborah Cockerham (Ft. Worth Museum of Science & History):
Research and Education in an Informal Learning Environment
Efrat Furst (Education Consultant):
Informing students and teachers about research-based learning strategies is not enough

3:00 Coffee break and networking

3:30 Fishbowl: EEG Research in Schools
Kim Chaloner (Grace Church School)
Ido Davidesco & Suzanne Dikker (NYU)

4:30 Concluding remarks: Thomas Carew (NYU) 

5:00 End of Workshop

 

This workshop is co-sponsored by the International Mind, Brain and Education Society (IMBES), NYU’s Faculty of Arts and Science, and Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development.

Why was this workshop planned on a federal holiday?!? As a deliberate effort to include classroom teachers as experts in our RPP Collaboratory, we have organized this workshop on a day when all teachers are off of school. This allows teachers to fully participate without having to seek approval from their administration.

The collaboratory is organized by Vanessa Rodriguez, Ed.D. (author of  The Teaching Brain) and Ido Davidesco, Ph.D.

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Full Link: https://wp.nyu.edu/nec/mbe-workshop/

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