Laurie Cutting’s talk at the Robert J. Schwartz Memorial Lecture (Wednesday, 4/25)

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Educational Neuroscience: How Cognitive Neuroscience Can Inform Approaches to Learning

Wednesday, April 25, 7:30-9:00 p.m.

The Windward School
Westchester Middle School
40 West Red Oak Lane
White Plains, NY 10604

Laurie E. Cutting, PhD, Guest Lecturer

Educational neuroscience is an emerging field of research that draws upon the disciplines of cognitive neuroscience, education, and psychology, with the goal of examining neurobiological processes as related to education. In this lecture, the neural mechanisms of reading, mathematics, and attention will be discussed as well as insights about how this emerging field can influence instructional practice. In addition, neurobiological approaches that may inform and refine our understanding of how to identify and treat reading difficulties will be discussed.