Country wide roadshow to explore the latest neuroscience research and memory formation

ITSI aims to educate over 500 principals and educators country wide on Mind-Brain-Education (MBE)

2 March 2018 – PRETORIA – ITSI, the pioneering digital education platform providers, will once again embark on a national tour where CEO Dr Lieb Liebenberg will be presenting to various educational professionals i.e. school and tertiary institution management teams, exploring the topic “Creating pathways to learning, understanding and recalling”.

Following the success of the 2017 roadshow, ITSI’s Mind-Brain-Education expert, Dr Liebenberg, will be presenting to over 500 school principals and educators at various venues across the country during March and May 2018, and will explore and discover questions such as:

•    What if some of the most popular teaching practices are detrimental to learning?
•    Why is the schooling system not creating critical thinkers?
•    Why do so many brilliant first year students fail their study year?

The following dates and venues have been confirmed:

6 March:       Houghton Golf Club, Johannesburg

13 March:      Afrikaanse Hoër Meisieskool, Pretoria

8 May:            Makaranga Lodge, Kloof, Durban

9 May:            Protea Hotel by Marriott Hilton, Pietermaritzburg

15 May:          Stias, Stellenbosch

16 May:         Welgemeend Conference Centre, Cape Town

17 May :        The Beach Hotel, Port Elizabeth

18 May:         East London Golf Club, East London

Dr Lieb Liebenberg, commented, “Educators are brain changers. Understanding how the brain works – the organ of learning – is critical to a teacher’s readiness to work with students. Mind-Brain-Education (MBE) is where education, psychology and neuroscience meet, and our aim is to provide a detailed understanding of how we learn and to provide teachers with tools to implement MBE in the classroom, making them more effective.”

Media Contact
Maria Joubert
Purple Word Box for ITSI
maria@purplewordbox.co.za
Office: (012) 433 6467
Mob: 061 441 4920

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