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Friday 6 October: Professional Training Courses

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09h00 Registration
09h30 entre dyslexie et haut potentiel  : quelles approches anticiper pour accueillir au mieux ce type d’enfants à besoin particulier dans les classes ? Aspects relationnels et pédagogiques
par Pascal Duc
11h00 Pause
11h15 entre dyslexie et haut potentiel : quelles approches anticiper pour accueillir au mieux ce type d’enfants à besoin particulier dans les classes ? Aspects relationnels et pédagogiques
par Pascal Duc
12h30 Pause de midi – 45 min 
13h15 1) entre dyslexie et haut-potentiel: l’abord de contenus didactiques pour les plus grands (de l’enseignement primaire à l’université: quelques pistes / échanges) par Pascal Duc
14h00 2) Educational Neuroscience: Neuromyths and Neurohits in the Education of Children with Special Educational Needs by Prof. Chloë Marshall

3) The Neuroscience of Math: Bridging Brain Research to Math Learning by Dr. Karin Kucian

15h15 Refreshment Break
15h25 1) entre dyslexie et haut-potentiel: l’abord de contenus didactiques pour les plus grands (de l’enseignement primaire à l’université: quelques pistes / échanges) par Pascal Duc continu

2) Educational Neuroscience: Neuromyths and Neurohits in the Education of Children with Special Educational Needs by Prof. Chloë Marshall continued

3) The Neuroscience of Math: Bridging Brain Research to Math Learning by Dr. Karin Kucian continued

16h00 10 minute break
16h15 Cross session briefings for The Neuroscience of Math: Bridging Brain Research to Math Learning
and
Educational Neuroscience: Neuromyths and Neurohits in the Education of Children with Special Educational Needs
17h15 End of Sessions
19h00 Networking Soirée – Welcome Drinks
21h30 End of Networking Soirée

Saturday 7 October: Conference

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08h30 Registration
09h00 Welcome and Introduction – Joy Tong, Founder of ASK-All Special Kids
09h10 Opening Speech – Sean Power
Directeur Général, Institut Florimont and President of AGEP
09h20 Educational Neuroscience – Insights into Brain Function to Shape Educational Practices – How can it Help Children with Special Educational Needs?
By Professor Michael S. C. Thomas, Director of the Centre for Educational Neuroscience, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at Birkbeck, University of London
10h00 Coping with Diversity in Science and Mathematics Classes
By Professor Dr. Elsbeth Stern, ETH Zürich, Director of the Teacher Education Program, Professor of Learning and Instruction
10h30 Coffee Break
10h40 The Dynamic Brain: How Neuroplasticity can help Children to Maximise their Learning Capacity
By Dr Irina Schurov, Neuroscientist and Founder of LiveRight, Autism and Nutrition Consultant
11h10 Dyscalculia from Brain to Education
By PD Dr. sc. nat. Karin Kucian, Neuroscientist at the Center for MR-Research, University Children’s Hospital Zurich
11h40 Short Video
11h50 Closing Speech
by Alan Mudie, ASK chairman of the Board
12h00 End of Conference
12h00-13h00 Luncheon 
13h00-14h30 Workshops Session I
14h30-16h00 Workshops Session II
16h00 End of Conference
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