National Geographic Learning Conference in Fortaleza – July 25th, Gran Marquise Hotel

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I’m very excited to announce that there will be a second edition of the National Geographic Learning Conference on July 25 at the Gran Marquise Hotel in Fortaleza. The event will feature two speakers: Katherine Stannett, author of the Nat Geo Learning Series Impact, and André Hedlund (me!).

I made a special short video with bits of my talk to get you interested and, perhaps, engaged in asking questions. You can find my video here:

The Neuroscience of behind Learning and Second Language Acquisition: Cognitive Benefits of being Bilingual

 

You should definitely access my blog entries about neuroscience:

Neuroscience of Learning/Language Acquisition – Neurociência da Aprendizagem/Aquisição de Segunda Língua

Neuroscience of Learning/Second Language Acquisition – Part 2 – Neurociência da Aprendizagem/Aquisição de Segunda Língua – Parte 2

Neuroscience of Learning/Language Acquisition Part 3

The Perfect Lesson Plan (but not really) – A sample to help you plan your own lessons

Also, check out the great Webinar delivered by Katherine on the link below:

Making an Impact: Teaching Our Students to Be Global Explorers

Please, help me share this entry.

Attend the conference if you’re in the area. It will be great!

If you’re interested in my Neuroscience of Learning and Second Language Acquisition Course, let me know!

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André Hedlund

André Hedlund is a Chevening Scholar from Brazil, MSc in Psychology of Education from the University of Bristol in the UK, and a pedagogical consultant for National Geographic Learning. He has been an EFL teacher for over 15 years and has worked both as an academic coordinator and a CamLa (Cambridge and Michigan Language Assessments) examiner at a Brazilian Binational Center. Currently, he is the president of an ONG called Partners of the Americas Goiás and the representative of the Brazilian TESOL's Mind, Brain, and Education Special Interest Group in the Midwest.

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