Monday, May 19, 2008

Bridging Neuroscience & Special Education

I am an alumni of The George Washington University. I have been speaking with one of the faculty members of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development. I recently learned that they will be offering a new program "Bridging Neuroscience & Special Education." Maybe some of our special education teacher colleagues may be interested in contacting one of the principal faculty investigators. This is an exciting offering, timely, and an excellent tool for leadership development in special education.

Phone: 202-994-1820

Thanks, Rene Meddaugh,
A Special Education Teacher At Wilson SHS... COB
Maxine Freund and Carol Kochhar-Bryant are spearheading an initiative to boost GW’s special education training.
GW’s Graduate School of Education and Human Development—a longtime leader in training special education professionals—is blazing new trails in this rapidly growing field, with the help of a selective excellence grant aimed at advancing doctoral studies in special education. Funded through a special endowment payout by the Board of Trustees, the multidisciplinary initiative will apply emerging knowledge in brain research to propel the understanding of child and adolescent development and improve learning outcomes. via GW News Center

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