How Your Child’s Brain Develops and the Role You Play: Learn from the Experts
May 3-4, 2012
The Royal Conservatory
TELUS CENTRE FOR PERFORMANCE AND LEARNING
The first annual Brain Power Conference takes place May 3-4, 2012 at the Royal Conservatory in Toronto. This landmark event will help parents, teachers and others understand how a child’s brain works and how we can have a positive impact on its development.
The Brain Power Initiative brings together some of the world’s leading neuroscientists, researchers, teachers and industry luminaries to explain how the findings of science are having a long-lasting impact on how children grow and prepare for lifelong learning.
What You’ll Learn
The Brain Power Conference will provide attendees with:
- An understanding of how a child’s brain works and what the latest science tells us about how it develops and grows;
- Inspiring talks by leading scientists and visionaries on how science will inform a new era in childhood development and education;
- Practical hands-on information that a parent can used to help their child grow and develop;
- Workshops for parents and teachers on how the lessons of science are helping to transform the classroom.
See our full schedule:
Early bird conference tickets are now on sale through The Royal Conservatory’s Weston Family Box Office and are also available through conference sponsorship packages.