2019 Roots of Empathy Symposium

par Roots of Empathy

  • jeudi, 16 mai 2019 de 7:30 Matin à vendredi, 17 mai 2019 3:00 Après-midi (HAE)
  • The Globe and Mail Centre 351 King St E., 17th floor, Toronto , ON M5A 0N1

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Special rate until midnight April 22nd

300,00 $
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A special rate for ROE Instructors, Mentors, Trainers, KPPs, and Volunteer Parents

50,00 $
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Aperçu

What are the pieces of the brain puzzle we need to understand and support children? How does touch promote infant growth and wellbeing? Why are some brains wired for altruism and others for psychopathy? How do epigenetics and environmental factors influence maternal behaviour and shape infant development? And what is the neuroscience of creativity?

Join us May 16th and 17th at our 8th annual 2019 Research Symposium and discover the neuroscience of children's development, mental health and wellbeing.

We're bringing together leading neuroscientists for two days of knowledge sharing and conversation. If you study or support children, you will want to hear what these scientists have learned and how it can inform your work.

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Détails

May 16 & 17th, 2019 - 7:30am to 3pm

The Globe and Mail Centre

351 King St E 17th floor, Toronto, ON M5A 0N1 

Breakfast and lunch provided

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The Globe and Mail Centre
351 King St E., 17th floor, Toronto , ON M5A 0N1

16 mai 2019
jeudi, 16 mai 2019 7:30 Matin (HAE)

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À propos de cet organisme

Roots of Empathy is an international award-winning not for profit children’s charity whose mission is to build caring, peaceful and civil societies through the development of empathy in children and adults. Our evidence-based primary school programs are now in 12 countries and have reached a million children.