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What’s New

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The PCC INVITED to present in johannesburg, South Africa

Based on the latest research on learning and the brain, ITSI once again presents a workshop based on what we know from the insights on cognitive neurosciences. Following on the success of the 2018 event, featuring the CTTL, ITSI will host another workshop in May, 2019 that will explore the latest findings on neuroscience research and its relation to education. We ask the question: how do people learn and what can we do to improve learning? Presented as a hands-on, interactive workshop, attended by 200 educators, school leaders, and education specialists. May 27 & 28, 2019


PCC Leadership will be Featured Speakers at the Summit for Transformative Learning

June 2-4, 2019


PCC Faculty Fellows lead at CTTL Academy this Summer

Faculty Fellows Kim Schafer (4th Grade) & Jessica Wanless (8-9 Learning Coach) were asked to Serve as Translation Group Leaders for CTTL Science of Teaching and School Leadership Academy

July 21-25, 2019


PCC Presents at National Association of Independent Schools Conference

Daisy Pellant, Sarah Flotten, and Sky Fauver were selected to present a 3-hour workshop focused on the benefits of aligning your school with the field of Mind, Brain, and Education. A full room of participants engaged in deep thinking and learning about bridging research and practice to improve teaching and learning.

February 27-30, 2019