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Bonus - Brain Breaks: How Stopping Instruction (and Having Fun) Can Help Children Go Further | with Joshua MacNeill
Published February 5, 2018
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    We know the early years are crucial when it comes to a child’s development – but do you know, specifically, how it affects the brain?

     

    For example, in the first year of life, more than one million new neural connections are formed every second. Adversity impairs these new connections, and the greater the adversity a child faces, the greater the odds of a delay in their cognitive, language, or emotional development.

     

    Today we’re going to learn more about the developing brain so that we, as parents and home educators, can incorporate brain-based practices into our family’s lives. Our guest for this episode is Joshua MacNeill, Director of Lakeside’s NeuroLogic Initiative and an expert in trauma-informed education.

     

    You can download show notes for the podcast here: http://blog.bravewriter.com/category/podcasts/

     

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