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Navigating the teen brain

Brain mapping and other ultra-specialized technologies are answering long-held questions and dispelling persistent myths about how teenagers learn.
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Brain mapping and other ultra-specialized technologies are answering long-held questions and dispelling persistent myths about how teenagers learn. Canter is now offering The Adolescent Brain™ to present these new findings to educators and guide them in creating a successful learning environment for students in grades 6 through 12. The course was developed by experts in the emerging field of neuroeducation but is designed for all participants, with or without a science background.

Additional information is available at www.Canter.net.

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