Bayside, NY (PRWEB) April 14, 2015
A brain-based educational forum will take place on April 18th, 2015 when Power Brain Education will host its first Brain Education Conference at Cardozo High School in Queens, New York. The main topic of the conference will be unlocking one’s brain potential and enhancing academic as well as student achievement through brain training.
Speakers will include Jorge Perdomo, the Principal of PS 1X in the Bronx who currently utilizes Brain Education in his school, Dr. Marjorie Schiering, a Professor of Education at Molloy College in Long Island, Dave Beal, the Program Director and Head National Trainer of Power Brain Education, and Ilchi Lee the Creator and Founder of Power Brain Education and Brain Education. The conference will also feature interactive sessions where all attendees will be able to directly experience the benefits of Power Brain Education’s unique brain training methods. Power Brain Education will also present research-based strategies designed to elevate the performance of teachers, students and schools.
According to Program Director, Dave Beal, “this event is especially geared towards educators and school leaders who are looking to better understand how to implement brain-based activities and methods to facilitate optimal student achievement. We teach a combination of mind-body physical activity, mindfulness training and neuroplasticity exercises designed to help teachers improve student focus, creativity, confidence and emotional wellness.”
Founded in 2006, Power Brain Education offers a comprehensive, hands-on approach to helping individuals manifest their optimal human potential by integrating the physical, emotional, social and cognitive aspects of the self through effective management and use of the brain. Power Brain Education has trained more than 10,000 teachers and 30,000 students in over 350 schools nationwide, including 120 schools in the NYC area.
For more information on Power Brain Education or the Brain Education Conference, please visit powerbraineducation.com or email Dave Beal at firstname.lastname@example.org
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