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The Brain in the Classroom: Uniting Research and Practice

with Jared Horvath, Neuroscientist, Educator & Author  

Date: Friday, March 3, 2023 * 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Location: ISACS Classroom, Downtown Chicago



Each participant must register themselves individually for the Workshop. There is no group discount.
Each participant MUST have a contact record in the system prior to registration.
Please see "Registration Tips" located at the bottom for more information.

Spend a day with an acclaimed neuroscientist, educator, and author of the best-selling book Stop Talking, Start Influencing: 12 Insights from Brain Science to Make Your Message Stick to explore how human beings learn. Learn about the principles that can shine a light on more traditional classroom practices while we consider how these principles can be adapted to impact teaching and learning practices. We will explore the often counter-intuitive foundations of thinking, the power of stories to drive perception, the role errors play in comprehension, and consider how these three concepts tie together to drive student learning.

Leave with brain-based strategies you can immediately implement, a deeper understanding of the only truly future-proof skill research has found, and essential information regarding the 21st Century Skills movement in education. 

This workshop is for all teachers, grades K-12.


Jared Horvath

Jared Cooney Horvath, PhD, MEd is a neuroscientist, educator, and author of the best-selling book Stop Talking, Start Influencing: 12 Insights from Brain Science to Make Your Message Stick. He has conducted research and lectured at Harvard University, Harvard Medical School, the University of Melbourne, and over 750 schools internationally. He currently serves as director of LME Global, a team dedicated to bringing the latest brain and behavioural research to teachers, students, and parents alike.

Important Information

Policies for Participation

During online registration, you will be prompted to acknowledge the following policies for participation. ISACS reserves the right to revoke the registration and end the participation of any registrant who does not follow ISACS guidelines.


How to Register for the Workshop

To register for any ISACS event, you MUST be logged into your contact record in the new system. Each person must register themselves for the workshop. 

Registration Fees & Details

  • $225 per person for ISACS members.
  • This workshop is for ISACS members only.
  • Each participant must register themselves for the 3/3 workshop.
  • Please see the tabs above on "How to Register". 
  • There is no group discount for this workshop.
  • The workshop includes coffee/tea, continental breakfast, lunch, and refreshments.
  • Once registered, you will receive an automatic confirmation email. ISACS will send a final confirmation approximately one-week prior to the workshop.

Cancellation & Questions?

Cancellation Policy for ISACS In-Person Workshops
Cancellations for workshops held at the ISACS classroom must be received in writing to ISACS by emailing 10 business days prior to the event to receive a refund. ISACS will determine the refund amount, if any, on a per workshop basis and may be unable to determine the refund amount until the workshop’s conclusion. At any time, registration may be transferred to another member from the same school. If a workshop has a waitlist and ISACS can identify a replacement, a full refund will be provided. ISACS reserves the right to cancel the workshop for insufficient enrollment. In this case, participants will be notified and will receive a full refund. If you feel ill or are experiencing flu-like symptoms, please remain at home.

Please contact Karen Zeitlin, Director of Programs at