About this webinar
This webinar by Deborah McNelis, founder of Brain Insights, is a deep dive into the brain science behind play and other early childhood education best practice.
Brain Insights helps adults understand healthy brain development. This helps adults support not just learning growth, but also the "blossoming of the whole child as a beautifully unique individual with a positive self-perception."
In this webinar, Deborah will review her "Circle of Potential" concept. It's about how needs and growth overlap, and the importance of play, independent trial and error and how repeated experiences can create strong connections and form crucial brain pathways.
Adults have a crucial role to play here, not as instructors, but rather as someone who can help them through the uncertainty of new situations and the feelings of overpowering emotions. Read more here.
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Deborah McNelis, MEd, is an entrepreneurial author, international speaker, and educator. As a brain development specialist and founder of Brain Insights LLC, Deborah has developed the unique Brain Development Series and Naturally Developing Young Brains activity packets in English and Spanish.
Allyson joined Educa as Director of Professional Development with twenty years of experience as a teacher and curriculum director. As an educator, she loves the way learning stories allow teachers to connect meaningfully with young children as unique and capable individuals.
Educa is a documentation and sharing platform using Learning Stories for authentic assessment. It serves early childhood educators primarily in Australia, New Zealand, the United States and Canada.
Learning story software to support all programming needs and engage families.
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