Heritage University

Neural Education Training

Neural Education offers educator professional development courses and institutes with the goal of bringing accessible neuroscience research, practices and tools to schools and classrooms everywhere!

Audience: Our prospective audience is ALL K-12 educators: Classroom Teachers, Principals, Administrators, School Psychologists, Department Leads, Instructional Designers, TOSAs and Coaching Staff.

PTA/PTO for parents is also available.

Courses: We offer short courses ( 2-3 hours), half-day courses (typically 4 hours), Day courses (typically 6-7 hours), and three-day and five-day courses. Clock Hours: We offer clock hours (including STEM Clock Hours) for all our courses.

Toppenish SD

I am leaving this training with much greater feelings of efficacy as a learning scientist.
I now feel like I have a better understanding of the brain and have the mindset I need to improve the experiences we construct in my classroom together so that ALL of my students are learning.

Dr. Rosa M. Villarreal, Principal

The is a training unlike all other professional learning because it is continuously rooted in the 'why'.
This training explains how the brain interacts based on a variety of stimulus with the overarching goal of supporting each teacher to understand enough neuroscience to shift daily learning.

Middle School Teachers

I wish this information was taught at the entry level of education.
This one week has dispelled many myths about how students learn and how we should teach.
My students will all be very happy that I have a clue now, about how our brains work.

Highlands Middle School

After this workshop I will never sleep or teach the same way again.
I will approach both areas with much more intentionality.

Teacher From Yakima, WA

Dendritic Arbors of our students are a desynchronized mess…
I learned that they can be resynchronized to be better in their education and lives once knowing they ain’t broken.

Patricia Amaro, Grandview Middle School

Out of my seven years of professional development, this is THE most important training to take to be an effective teacher in the classroom.

Silvia Navarre, Bickleton High School

[this] will change the lens through which you view your child.

Michael Rhine, Discovery Lab

As teachers, our goal is to grow our students brains across various disciplines and skills.
It just makes sense to use an understanding of how the brain works to develop and implement strategies that will maximize that goal.

Middle School Teacher

Sleep is super important to help children, teens, and adults turn their "pencil notes" of what they learned into permanent marker within their brain, and to erase the non-important information from the previous day.