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Engage Your Brain - Webinar

When:

Fri 18 Dec 2020–Mon 18 Jan 2021, 12:00am–11:55pm

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: Sharon Loper

**EXPIRY** Please note that this webinar is able to be watched within a specific time frame (18 Dec 2020-18 Jan 2021) and runs for approx 1 hr 20 mins. Please take note of the expiry date so that you can access the webinar before it expires. If you don't think you can watch it in this timeframe then it would be best to wait until the next session renews before purchasing. The webinar can be paused and it can also be replayed and watched again (it cannot be shared but can be watched from the same device that you accessed it initially). Enjoy.

Join Nathan Wallis, this talk focuses on the social/emotional aspects of your brain development – how feeling impacts our thinking. While the times that our social/emotional brain really has the steering wheel is 2-8yrs, and again in the middle of adolescence, it is relevant to all learners who want to feel engaged, enthusiastic and passionate about what they do.
Highlighted in this talk is the importance of play-based learning and how this enhances outcomes for our tamariki.

A fundamental educational mistake that New Zealand society has made over the last few decades, is thinking that the earlier we get ready to be seven, by learning numeracy and literacy, the better off our tamariki will be. Tune in to find out why this is not the case.