"Dr. Schenck hits the nail on the head in bridging the gap between education practice and brain theory. -- Eric Kay, Educator/college instructor, May, 2003
About the Author
Dr. Jeb Schenck has taught students for more than 30 years from kindergarten to graduate courses on how the brain learns. As a full time classroom instructor, adjunct professor, and researcher on memory, he has learned what theories actually work in the classroom. He has been widely recognized for his ability to translate complex theory into usable practices. His teaching abilities have been repeatedly honored at the national level, having received the National Science Teacher's Shell Award (the nation's highest science teaching honor), Access Excellence Fellow with Genentech, Presidential Awardee for Science Teaching, a Tandy Scholar Teacher, and Einstein Distinguished Educator Finalist.
Dr. Schenck shares his wealth of experience and research knowledge of usable skills in workshops, courses, and conferences around the country. He is a frequent presenter at the Learning and The Brain Conferences in Boston.