Eric Jensen’s high-energy, classroom-tested, research-based model is designed to erase the academic effects of poverty.
About Eric Jensen
Eric Jensen has been a leading authority on the science and applications of brain research in education for more than 15 years. He is a former teacher who has spoken at national and international conferences and taught as adjunct faculty at three universities. Jensen is a longtime member of the invitation-only Society for Neuroscience and President’s Club at the prestigious Salk Institute of Biological Studies in La Jolla, California. He has authored Teaching with the Brain in Mind, Enriching the Brain, and 23 other books on learning, the brain and teaching.
About the Training
Wondering how to create a plan for implementing Jensen’s poverty research? This workshop will provide staff development experts specific B.A.C.E. (Behavior, Attitude, Capacity, Effort) strategies to increase achievement for students in poverty. Participants will develop a plan to present engaging staff development, learn how to understand poverty in a new way, and learn how to intervene in positive, practical, research-based ways that can increase achievement for students in poverty. View the flyer >>
Who Should Attend
Key professional development staff.
Oshkosh Convention Center
2 N. Main St.
Oshkosh, WI 54901
Ph: (920) 424-1330
Cost and Registration
$445 per person; discount available for teams of five or more. Contact Cheryl Malaha to discuss group pricing.
Limit: 100 participants.
Contact Cheryl Malaha, Executive Director,
CESA 6 Instructional Services
firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-573-7025