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Dr. Gary Brannigan: Maximizing Children's Academic Potential

Dr. Gary Brannigan is Professor of Psychology and Chancellor’s Award winning scholar at the State University of New York – Plattsburgh. He has published 13 books, including Reading Disabilities: Beating The Odds in 2009. Additionally, he has worked with children, adolescents, and families for 40 years, and shares his expertise on parenting and educational issues on social media. He was recently listed in “50 Special Ed Teachers and Experts Worth Following On Twitter” by ¬†MastersinSpecialEducation.net and “Best Twitter Feeds For Parents” by MainStreet.com. His forthcoming book, Simple Ways To Maximize Your Child’s Potential, is due out in 2011.

Presentation: Maximizing Children’s Academic Potential

Description: I will describe a model for parent-child and teacher-student interactions. It will stress efficient use of time and energy through increased awareness of the important links in thinking, feeling, and behaving. Then, I will give examples and tips from my forthcoming book, Simple Ways to Maximize Your Child’s Potential.

Date & Times: 10am-10:30am PST, New York 1 pm EST, Denver 11am MST, 6pm GMT, Paris 7pm CET, Perth 2am Sun., Sydney 5am Sun., Tokyo 3am Sun. Check your time zone here!

If you missed the presentation, click here to see the archive.

Website: Reading2008.com

Twitter: @GaryBrannigan

Interview about the upcoming presentation:
http://wetoku.com/player/vod/11930

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