Brain Research and Learning Sequence

Contemporary research on brain development is revolutionizing our understanding of learning, memory, health, and human change. How does this revolution affect our professional practice with people? How does a person who is not a neuroscientist sort out what is useful from the torrent of headlines, articles, and books on the brain? How can we tell the myths and the over-hyped fads from the solid understanding that can inform our practices and help us become more effective practitioners?

University of Vermont’s Continuing Education, and the College of Education and Social Services, have designed The Brain Learning Program to help answer these questions and inform professional practices with children and adults in a wide variety of fields.

For More Information Contact:

Ellen Morris, Continuing Education
(802) 656-5797
Ellen.Morris@uvm.edu

Summer 2014

SectionTitleInstructorsDatesDaysTimesCreditsCRN
EDCI 200 OL2 (online)

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  • Haley Jiron
to N/ASee Notes 361063
EDCI 200 OL4 (online)
  • Haley Jiron
to N/ASee Notes 361160
PSYC 121 OL1 (online)
  • Sayamwong Hammack
to N/ASee Notes 360165
PSYC 121 OL2 (online)
  • Sayamwong Hammack
to N/ASee Notes 361016
PSYC 121 OL3 (online)
  • Sayamwong Hammack
to N/ASee Notes 361138

There are no courses that meet this criteria.

Fall 2014

SectionTitleInstructorsDatesDaysTimesCreditsCRN

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