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By: Ontario Association Of Parents In Catholic Education  09-12-2011

The Brain and Gender Learning Differences – What Is It All About?

Dr. Ashleigh Molloy has a PhD in special education and is the President of the CEC. He is an author and internationally renowned speaker who has appeared on radio and television, and presents at conferences worldwide. Dr. Ash will discuss how social, physiological, and brain differences influence how boys and girls learn.

Thursday, November 18th 5:30-7:00 pm
OISE 5-280
$2 for CEC members,$5 for non-members

*Everyone will receive a certificate upon completion of the workshop

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011


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