How can science improve education? Varied answers to this question will be offered at the I International Symposium on Science for Education, and satellite event of IBRO Congress, which will take place in Rio de Janeiro at July 5th and 6th. In the event, researchers from different scientific areas will gather to present research data that can have an application on education and learning.

The meeting is organized by the Brazilian Network of Science for Education (Rede Cpe) with the support of the Ayrton Senna Institute (IAS) and the National Science Foundation (NSF). The program of the symposium contains lectures and presentations related to learning and science. There will be discussions on subjects like the development of the child brain, the impact of the social environment on cognition, neuroplasticity, memory mechanisms, the effects of music and art on learning and the role of the new technologies in schools.

When? 5th-6th July 2015

Where? Centro de Convenções Sulamérica –  Avenida Paulo de Frontin, 1, Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brazil

There will be simultaneous translation.

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