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The talk will focus on neuroscience neuroplasticity, executive functions and where they take place in the brain and how executive functions impact learning, self regulation, resilience, metacognition, and ultimately character. Imogen will explore, recognise and explain the different approaches to explicitly developing executive functions which can be employed in the home and classrooms.

Imogen Moore-Shelley is a co-founder of Connections in Mind, and the director of The Connections in Mind Foundation. She is a Cognitive Psychologist interested in how we can support children to strengthen their executive function skills. She is currently completing a PhD at the University of Cambridge exploring this topic within mainstream classrooms.​

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Event date
December 10, 2020
Event time
4:15 pm - 5:45 pm
Event location
Online
Event organiser
Chartered College Network

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