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2020 Kindergarten Readiness Keynote: How the Young Brain Learns
Infants are born with 100 billion neurons. But… most are not yet connected (kind of like a bag of Legos that haven’t been put together). That means you – as a parent or early childhood educator – are a “brain builder.” Join us at this keynote session for a celebration of you – the brain builders of our next generation.

Laugh and learn as Nicki Patton Rowe leads you through an explanation of brain development and learning that will leave you in awe of your role as a “brain builder.” You will learn what kinds of experiences wire neurons into connected networks that form the basis of all knowledge; the importance of “serve and return” interactions; and the connection between brain development and school readiness. You will leave this session with a better understanding of why what you do or don’t do as a parent/early childhood educator during a child’s first five years impacts children for a lifetime.

Jun 1, 2020 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Nicki Patton Rowe
Credentialed Early Childhood Trainer
Nicki graduated from the University of Kentucky with a BA in Vocational Home Economics and a Masters in Family Studies with an emphasis in early childhood. She later completed over 50 post-graduate hours in a doctoral program focusing on adult education and staff training at the University of New Orleans. Nicki’s professional memberships include: National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), and American Society for Training and Development (ASTD). She chaired Governor Patton’s Early Childhood Task Force and the Early Childhood Professional Development Council. She is a Kentucky credentialed Early Childhood Trainer and one of five Kentucky Master Trainers. Nicki is married to Barry J. Rowe and has three step-sons, Ben, John and Adam Rowe.