New Science of Learning for Struggling Readers 

Monday 11th September 2017


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 Webinar: New Science of Learning for Struggling Readers

Presenter: Martha Burns Ph.D

Date: 11 September 2017

Time: 21:00 London time (BST)

There is no charge for this webinar

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Updated with 2017 research, this is a must-see for those interested in how neuroscience is impacting education.

See the latest research on how the brain is organised (or not!) for reading and English language learning and what is happpening with your struggling students.

We'll show you how the science of learning has guided the development of technologies like Fast ForWord to improve the underying memory, attention, and processing abilties that these students need to catch up, once and for all. 


About the Speaker

Dr. Martha Burns is a Joint Appointment Professor 
at Northwestern University and has authored three 
books and over 100 journal articles on the 
neuroscience of language and communication.

Dr. Burns’ expertise is in all areas related to the 

neuroscience of learning, such as language and reading in the brain, the bilingual brain, the language to literacy continuum, and the adolescent brain. Dr. Burns is a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) 


the Director of Neuroscience Education for Scientific Learning Corporation.