Dr Hani Akasheh

Founder, Researcher and Certified trainer Neurogarden

Neurogarden is an educational service provider and training company operating on the Nonprofit Scale in Amman, Jordan. We are an operational Non-Profit, meaning we plan and carry out boots-on-the-ground projects to accomplish our objectives. Neurogarden is a specialized body of scientists, academics and early education researchers that work together and with the community on creating and providing neuro-education programs to better inform care givers, educators and policy makers involved in Early Childhood Care And Education.


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Neurodiveristy in the classroom: Understanding the role of the educator in socio-emotional development

Neurogarden is a specialized body of scientists, academics and researchers that work together on creating and providing neuro-education programs to better inform care givers, educators and policy makers involved in Early Childhood Care and Education. The aim is to facilitate educational neuroscience and socio-emotional workshops that raises the awareness on the science of early brain development. In this workshop, Hani Akasheh will demonstrate how neuroscience can be incorporated into the classroom for students and educators, raising awareness of the science of early brain development and empowering educators to take charge of their role in optimizing socio-emotional developments in their students.

Wednesday 09 December 09:30 - 10:00 Room 1

Add to calendar 12/09/2020 09:30 12/09/2020 10:00 Neurodiveristy in the classroom: Understanding the role of the educator in socio-emotional development

Neurogarden is a specialized body of scientists, academics and researchers that work together on creating and providing neuro-education programs to better inform care givers, educators and policy makers involved in Early Childhood Care and Education. The aim is to facilitate educational neuroscience and socio-emotional workshops that raises the awareness on the science of early brain development. In this workshop, Hani Akasheh will demonstrate how neuroscience can be incorporated into the classroom for students and educators, raising awareness of the science of early brain development and empowering educators to take charge of their role in optimizing socio-emotional developments in their students.

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