Speaker: Tim Burns

When:   April 23, 2016

              9:00am - 12:00pm

Where: Casa Di Mir Montessori
             90 E Latimer Ave
             Campbell, CA 95008

Cost: $35 for the general public; FREE for BAMA members.

How does increased screen time impact a child’s developing brain? Troubling changes take place in the still-maturing brain of the average child and teen who spends much of the day interacting with technology.

Parents, teachers, and scientific researchers are growing concerned about disturbing trends in childhood due to the increased use of screens. This presentation will address these concerns through a framework of child development that emphasizes sensory development, movement, imagination, and play. Recommendations around how to help your child develop their brain potential will be included. Teachers at all levels and parents are encouraged to attend.

A light breakfast will be served before the workshop begins.

Speaker Tim Burns is an educator and author with over 30 years of experience as a teacher and speaker to communities in crisis. He has provided professional development workshops to over 3,000 schools, businesses, and organizations. He is the author of three books

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