Wednesday, March 28, 2012

How Kids Learn Conference: Now on YouTube

By Sam Piha

Bob Cabeza
How Kids Learn
On January 27th, over 180 people from across California and the country met at the David Brower Center in Berkeley to hear from experts on How Kids Learn - the first conference sponsored by the Learning in Afterschool & Summer project. 

Participants included representatives from school districts, youth organizations, private funders, the State Department of Education, and afterschool advocates. Over 60 people on the waiting list were unable to hear the presenters share their best thinking and recent research in 20 minute presentations to the audience. These presentations are now available for viewing on the How Kids Learn YouTube Channel.

We invite you to view these informative and stimulating presentations and to share them with your colleagues. 

Speakers include Paul Heckman, Associate Dean of Education at UC Davis; Michael Merzenich, a leading brain researcher at UC San Francisco; Alexis Menten from the Asia Society; Shawn Ginwright, a professor and community practitioner from San Francisco State University; youth from San Francisco's Youth Empowerment Fund; Carol Tang from the Coalition for Science After School; Bob Cabeza from the YMCA of Greater Long Beach; and many others. For a complete list of presenters, see the How Kids Learn website.
Shawn Ginwright

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