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An Educators Guide to Understanding Brain Development: Theory into Practice

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Kawana Forest Meeting Place

60 Woodlands Boulevard

Meridan Plains, QLD 4551

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Building understandings for Early Childhood Professionals on how the brain shapes learning and behaviour.

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The early years are a critical period for developing neuro connections that influence a child's foundation for learning, development and behaviour.

This seminar will provide educational professionals with understandings of how children’s brains are shaped by interpersonal relationships, genes and their environment.

Discussions will focus on expanding knowledge that views neurosequential theory and interpersonal neurobiological understandings as vital for facilitating an intentional environment that fosters optimal development of the architecture of the brain in a hierarchical ‘bottom-up’ sequence.

This is an informative seminar that will translate theory into practice and provide strategies that will change the way you view behaviour and neurodiversity to faciltate inclusive environments where all children can thrive.

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Kawana Forest Meeting Place

60 Woodlands Boulevard

Meridan Plains, QLD 4551

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