Experienced Educational Consultant in San Jose, CA
The premise of Kenneth Wesson's research, keynote addresses, speeches and workshops over the past three decades has been grounded in the question, "If it's your job to develop the mind, shouldn't you know how the brain works?"
Kenneth Wesson works as an educational consultant in the San Jose, CA, for pre-school through university-level institutions and organizations. He speaks throughout the world on the neuroscience of learning and methods for creating classrooms and learning environments that are "brain-considerate."
Linking Neuroscience and Learning
As a keynote speaker, Kenneth Wesson provides in-depth presentations on the science of education, learning, and the brain. Understanding how all these subjects interact with each other is key to developing strong learning environments and educational programs at all organizational levels.
He has presented his keynote addresses at a number of conferences and educational institutions, placing a heavy focus on STEM/STEAM programs and how the brain affects learning. He also presents information on merging the learning goals of Common Core Standards with the Next Generation Science Standards and cognitive development. He believes that collectively, these programs will allow for the most influential STEM education for the youth of the future.
So when you are planning a science convention or looking for a speaker at your next educational event, turn to Kenneth Wesson to present his ideas. He is always willing to give a keynote address to your guests and to help them understand how the brain works when developing the mind.
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Contact Kenneth Wesson to learn more about his neuroscience research or to have him present his materials to your audience. Based in San Jose, CA, he has been a keynote presenter at conferences around the world.
"Each year, new findings in cognitive psychology and neuroscience will be infused into teacher preparation, curriculum, instruction, student assessment, and the classroom environment. The works of Howard Gardner (Multiple Intelligences), Daniel Goleman (Emotional Intelligence), Kenneth Wesson (Brain-considerate Learning), and others have already been influential in reshaping the independent school classroom, while programs like Mel Levine's Schools Attuned are assisting educators in using neurodevelopmental content in their classrooms to create success at learning and to provide hope and satisfaction for all students." — National Association of Independent Schools
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