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MASTER SCHEDULE8:30AM - 3:00PM
(30 Min Lunch)
*Subject to Change
Sat, March 9, 2019
2-Credits
$225
Effects of Laughter on the Brain
The latest studies show what we all know to be true…laughter is the best medicine! It is time to learn the physiology that laughter provides to the brain and body that enhance attention, focus and recall. Educators can now apply simple techniques to skills and curriculum that lace fun into any classroom-whether you think you are fun or NOT.
Hilton Garden Inn Denver/Cherry Creek, 600 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver, CO 80246
Sat & Sun, March 30 & 31, 2019
3 Credits
$299
Motivation and the Brain: Secrets of Gender
This class offers a sophisticated analysis of the neurology of the human brain. New research and consistent behavioral analysis have contributed to findings that promise to shake up your classroom, home, and relationships.
Hilton Garden Inn Denver/Cherry Creek, 600 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver, CO 80246
Sat, April 13, 2019
3 Credits
$299
Willpower and the Brain *Hybrid
Our daily thoughts, emotions, impulses and deliberate actions determine our successes and failures. Today, scientists have shown without it, chances of success and even good health are compromised. This class offers evidence-based practices shown to build this limited resource so we can begin training our students and ourselves: immediately!
Hilton Garden Inn Denver/Cherry Creek, 600 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver, CO 80246
Sat, April 27, 2019
1 Credit
$149
Homework and the Brain
Perhaps the hardest part of educating is creating meaningful assessment!This course will feature the latest research on the effects of homework on academic achievement through K-12 education.
Hilton Garden Inn Denver/Cherry Creek, 600 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver, CO 80246
Sat, May 4, 2019
1 Credit
$149
In the Zone: Performance and the Brain
Learn the latest research with the top 10 plays every PERFORMER needs to know to deliver their best performance.
Location: TBA
Sat & Sun, May 18 & 19, 2019
3 Credits
$299
Synchronicity! Getting Brain Balance Back
*Clients' Favorite Class

Slow aging, get fit, eat therapeutic, and tap into your inner power to bring balance back into the classroom and home life!
Location: TBA
Sat & Sun, June 8 & 9, 2019
3 Credits
$299
Essentials for Learning: Intro to the Brain
*Kim's Favorite Class
A fundamental introduction to the brain: structures involved in learning, memory, and research based methods to improve their function. Learn to increase the neurotransmitters that improve attention, focus and motivation.
Location: TBA
Sat, June 15, 2019
2 Credits
$225
All new~Seven Amazing Things! Improve Neural networks, Improve Health, and Engage CLD! Educators work diligently to present state curriculum in a student-friendly manner while managing a multi-faceted group of students.  This course offers the quantitative and qualitative benefits of 7 Amazing Things that improve :mental health, mental agility for success, and cultural diversity.   In order for educators to excel they can depend upon these 7 Things to improve and design classroom instruction reflecting effective, and highly engaging assessment and brain-friendly learning strategies.  Location: TBA
Sat & Sun June 29 & 30, 2019
3 Credits
$299
Happiness and Gratitude and the Brain
Learn the strategies shown to INDUCE happiness to foster the highest scores on standardized tests, levels of engagement, best classroom behavior, highest job performance and productivity, and the lowest rates of divorce and disease.
Location: TBA
Sat & Sun, July 13 & 14, 2019
3 Credits
$299
Synchronicity! Getting Brain Balance Back
*Clients' Favorite Class

Slow aging, get fit, eat therapeutic, and tap into your inner power to bring balance back into the classroom and home life!
Location: TBA
Sat, July 20, 2019
NEW!
2 Credits
$225
5-15-150 Relationships, The Brain and CLD
In the push toward increasing test performance and getting our students “ready” for a test or college we’ve let up on the most important strategy in any classroom…relationships!
Conclusive research shows year after year it is NOT the instructional strategy that works but strong relationship building. Leave with many methods to build relationships guaranteed to engage, motivate and prepare them for academic excellence.
Location: TBA
Sat, July 27, 2019
3 Credits
$299
Gender and the Brain
Brain imaging shows compelling differences in male-female processing resulting in color preference, emotional processing, play behaviors and quite significant differences in classroom performance and behavior.
Location: TBA
Coming Soon!
Sat & Sun
3 Credits
$299
Memory and the Brain
Studies reveal why we remember or forget. Learn the limits of our memory systems we rely on in life and count on in assessments.
3 Credits
$299
Fitness and the Brain *Hybrid
*One Day Onsite + Online

What all educators should know about physical movement and its side effects…significant gains in attention, motivation and memory.
3 Credits
$299
Music and Neurology *Hybrid
(1-day Live + Online)
The latest research that quantifies what happens when you listen to or make music. Learning and listening entrails brain waves, changes EEGS and grows neural pathways. Neurologists have found listening predicts academics and how listening can improve quality of life and health.
1-Credit
$149
Learning in Motion: the Neural Basis
Discover the extraordinary relationship between physical movement and games in the classroom to academic success, test scores, and physical and mental health.
3 Credits
$299
Hands-On Strategies and the Brain "Hybrid"*
*ONE DAY ONSITE + ONLINE
Where research and a number of strategies meet common sense to support learning with real-life, hands-on projects
3 Credits
$299
Hollywood, Playstation, and the Brain *Hybrid
*Hybrid is one day onsite plus online.
Harness the principles that Hollywood and Playstation use to revolutionize student motivation to complete homework and re-ignite learning in the classroom.
NOW! 2 Credit $225Complex Moves and the Brain
Offers the latest research that supports the role of complex, sophisticated moves for optimum academic performance and social skills.