Here’s a suggestion for a great way for parents to start off the school year. Come hear Watchung Hills biology teacher Carol Landa talk about the latest research on the structure of the adolescent brain. Carol attended a course on Neurobiology this past summer where she did original research using her own students’ work. She discovered some surprising things about how teens learn best and she will be giving a talk designed for parents who want to learn how to best support their children in their quest to attain academic success.
A talk will be held on Sunday, September 9th at the Long Hill Library at 2:00 pm. Pre-registration is not required and all are welcome. Please see the flier pictured for details.
The talk will be given a second time on Monday, September 10th at 7:00 pm at the Warren Public Library. Pre-registration is required. You can register online at www.sclsnj.org/warren.htm or call 908 754-5554 ext. 64 for more information and registration assistance.
These lectures are part of the "Out of the Classroom: WHREA Community Lectures Series" a joint initiative between the Long Hill and Warren Public Libraries and the Watchung Hills Regional Education Association.
Now please realize that we’re not promising it will help you to get them to clean up their rooms – the miracles of science go just so far!