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Johns Hopkins NeuroEducation Initiative

Johns Hopkins University’s Brain Science Institute and the School of Education reach across disciplines with the Neuro-Education Initiative (NEI) to explore how a growing body of research in psychology, cognitive and neurosciences has the potential to inform teaching and learning. Their collaboration is designed to increase opportunities for research, collaboration, and advocacy. This initiative fosters dialog among educators and brain science researchers to develop joint research projects and magnifies the potential for current findings to enrich educational practice. Beginning in 2009, NEI has sponsored pioneering symposia and meetings for teachers, parents, administrators and the media featuring a cross-section of the nation’s leading authorities on cognitive neuroscience, child development and teaching on topics ranging from the Science of the Arts to Attention and Engagement in Learning.

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