Every Learner Everywhere

Culturally Relevant Neuroeducation Practices + Tech Tools = Equitable Classroom Environments

How can we facilitate academic growth using learning science, engage adult students, provide culturally inclusive spaces, and integrate 21st century technologies? This can feel like an insurmountable task. But don’t despair! During this interactive session, you’ll learn how even small modifications to your current practices through neuroeducation strategies can help you feel more effective, create a warm and equitable learning environment, and boost students’ cognitive and non-cognitive outcomes.

Speaker: Ranjini JohnBull, Assistant Professor, Mind, Brain, and Teaching Faculty Lead, Neuro-Education Initiative, Johns Hopkins University School of Education

This webinar is the first of four in the virtual faculty workshop: Educational Equity through Digital Learning.


Recommended citation:

JohnBull, R. (2021, July 27) Culturally Relevant Neuroeducation Practices + Tech Tools = Equitable Classroom Environments [Webinar] Every Learner Everywhere

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