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A parenting & Educators Workshop " Different Child, Different Brain, Different Needs" with a world dynamic speaker Dr. Martha Burns Ph.D. 23 - 24 August 2011

A parenting & Educators Workshop " Different Child, Different Brain, Different Needs" with a world dynamic speaker Dr. Martha Burns Ph.D. 23 - 24 August 2011

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    • Scientific Learning USA & BrainFit Indonesia Proudly Present “ Different Child, Different Brain, Different Needs” A Parenting & Educators Workshop August, 23 rd – 24 th, 2011
    • Day 1 : Parents Workshop Different Child, Different Brain, Different Needs Day/Date : Tuesday , August 23rd 2011 Time : 15.00 – 18.00 Venue : PALALADA RESTAURANT   Alun Alun Indonesia Grand Indonesia Shopping Town The Event :
    • Day 2 : Educators Workshop Is your school ready for 21st century students ? Day/Date : Wednesday , August 24th 2011 Time : 9.00 – 14.00 Venue : BINUS International School Simprug
    • The Event : Parents Workshop “ Different Child, Different Brain, Different Needs” Day 1
    • Background
      • Every parents would do anything in their capacity to provide the best education & training for their children.
      • Every child ’s brain develops differently, it is what makes him Unique . How a child’s brain works has implications for his learning.
      • Even when a child appears to be bright & intelligent there may be some ‘wiring’ in their brain that makes some kinds of learning difficult for them.
      • But there is Hope ! Brains change all the time & you can help your child ’s brain develop the ‘wiring’ .
      “ Different Child, Different Brain, Different Needs ”
      • To educate Parents about the importance of brain fitness for every child. By understanding a child ’ s cognitive profile, Parents can design best strategies.
      • Every brain is unique! And it can be rewired for a faster Memory – Attention – Processing for any types of learners.
      • Understanding children with few words : children with speech delay or who withdraw themselves from social interactions. Martha Burns Ph.D, an expert in speech and language, will explain it from a scientific perspective and also give strategies to parents.
      The Event : Parents Workshop “ Different Child, Different Brain, Different Needs ” Goals Day 1 Who . should . attend?
      • Parents
      • Child Psychologists
      • Clinicians (Speech therapists, occupational therapists, etc)
      • School counselors
    • “ Different Child, Different Brain, Different Needs” Tuesday, 23rd August 2011 15.00 – 15.30 : Opening Let’s have fun with our brains! 15.30 – 16.30 : By Regina Chin The 5 Brain Pillars 16.30 – 17.45 : By Martha Burns Ph.D Children of Few Words VS The skillful communicator 17.45 – 18.15 : Sharing Session (Q&A) 18.15 – finish: Dinner
    • Day 2 The Event : Educators Workshop “ Is YOUR SCHOOL ready for 21st Century STUDENTS? ”
    • “ Is YOUR SCHOOL ready for 21st Century STUDENTS? ” Background Technology is transforming the way students learn in our nations and world classrooms. As a result, education system is changing to accommodate a world of digital natives. The use of technology is one primary tool in teaching and learning. Students must be given the skill needed for their own learning and for critically assessing the array of fast information from the digital world and rapidly changing global environment. Teachers are responsible for juggling knowledge of where students are and where they need to go; having insights into students' special needs and progress; choices of curricular activities and materials; rules that govern children's participation; expectations from parents and communities; and the norms and rules that govern them as teachers. The addition of technology further complicates the equation and presents many new questions. This consideration has made teachers and schools postpone the implementation of technology in their curriculum.
    • The Event : Educators Workshop “ Is YOUR SCHOOL ready for 21st Century STUDENTS? ” What will be learned in this workshop ?
      • What are the challenges of 21st century?
      • What are you missing by postponing in implementing the technology?
      • What needs to change?
      • Understanding how the brain works makes teaching much more effective
      • 2 Schools’ stories (To be confirmed)
      Day 2 Who . should . attend?
      • Schools owners and boards 
      • School Principals
      • School counselors
      • English coordinator
      • English teachers
      • Reading specialist
      • School IT coordinator
      • Learning difficulties specialist
    • “ Is your school ready for 21st century students?’’ Wednesday, 24th August 2011 09.00 – 09.20 : Opening 09.20 – 10.20 : By Regina Chin Brain-based teaching for 21st century 10.20 – 11.20 : Martha Burns. Ph.D - Reading FAST or reading WELL ? How do we assess fluency ? - Successful use of FastForWord™ software to build strong academic reading skill across USA. - Helping the struggling learners. 11.20 – 12.00: Irene Phiter - Nuts and bolts of running a technology based reading lab. - 2 Schools stories : Using reading technology to increase school fluency 90% of students are reading at proficient level now. 12.00 – 12.30: Lunch Break 12.30 – 14.00: Discussion and consultation with speakers   
      • Dr . Martha S. Burns Ph.D
      • Director, Clinical Specialist Market, Dr. Martha S. Burns has been a practicing speech language pathologist in the Chicago area for 40 years. She serves on the Faculty of Northwestern University, department of communication sciences and disorders, in Evanston, Illinois. Dr. Burns is a Fellow of the American Speech Language Hearing Association and has received honors from Northwestern University, Evanston Hospital Corporation, the American Speech Language Hearing Foundation and St. Xavier University. Doody’s Rating Service selected her book on Right Hemisphere Dysfunction published through Aspen Press as one of the best health sciences books of 1997. In addition to that book, Dr. Burns is the author of a book on aphasia and the test Burns Brief Inventory of Communication and Cognition published by The Psychological Corporation. She has also published numerous articles on language development, language disorders, auditory processing disorders, and adult neurological disorders in professional journals. Dr. Burns is the Director of the Clinical Specialist Market at Scientific Learning Corporation.
      Speakers Profile
    • Regina Chin Regina Chin has been actively involved in education for over thirty years working with both children and teachers as a lecturer. She holds a Masters Degree in Education from the University of Bath, U.K. Regina is particularly interested in all things to do with the brain and her current study lies in the impact of neuroplasticity on the young developing brains of pre-school children.
    • Scientific Learning Corporation, incorporated in 1995, develops, distributes the Fast ForWord family of software. The Company creates educational software that accelerates learning by improving the processing efficiency of the brain . Its products are marketed primarily to K-12 schools. The Company’s products are marketed in 45 countries globally. It offers an online data analysis and reporting tool that uses algorithms to provide diagnostic and prescriptive information and intervention strategies. The Company provides a variety of on-site, Web-based and telephone-based services and support. During the year ended December 31, 2009, the K-12 sector accounted for 90% of the net sales of the Company. During 2009, the sale were concentrated in K-12 schools in the United States, and accounted nearly 117,000 schools serving approximately 56 million students . http://www.scilearn.com/company/about-us/ About Scientific Learning : 1
    • BrainFit Studio was established in 2001 in Singapore . It was founded by a dedicated team of healthcare professionals passionate about maximising children’s potential and improving lives. By using the most effective evidence-based, neuro-scientific programmes to enhance brain performance , our SMART programmes have helped many children improved in their Sensor-Motor, Visual, Auditory, Attention, and Emotion areas. BrainFit Studio center was first opened in Jakarta in 2007 located in Dharmawangsa Square. Currently has two other centres which are located in Kelapa Gading and Pantai Indah Kapuk . “ The unlimited potential of our brains to improve and the overwhelming strength of the human spirit to overcome challenges never fail to amaze and humble us . ” ~ Brainfit Studio. http://www.brainfitstudio.com/ About Brainfit Studio : 2
    • Presented by : BrainFit Studio Indonesia www.brainfitstudio.com Find us on Facebook BrainFit Indonesia Follow us on Twitter brainfit_indo Contact Person : Dhita / Ayu 0812 – 812 400 33 / 0857 – 17781 297 021-45873984 [email_address] / [email_address]
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