Inspired Educator, Inspired Learner:
Experiential, Brain-Based Strategies to Engage, Motivate,
Promote Social-Emotional Learning, and Create Lasting Lessons

Jennifer Stanchfield

December 5, 2017

(Snow Day December 12, 2017)

NELMS Conference Center,
50 High St, North Andover, MA

Join in this interactive and engaging workshop and fill your toolbox with experiential, brain-based techniques to inspire, motivate and meet the diverse needs of students while building a positive and supportive learning community. We will explore a variety of ways to involve learners emotionally, socially, physically, and intellectually in academic and social-emotional learning. These strength-based approaches help educators differentiate instruction and promote connections between educational experiences and real life situations and future learning.

As an addition every attendee will receive a copy of Jenn's new book: "Inspired Educator, Inspired Learner".

Schedule & Registration

8:30 Registration, Coffee and light pastries
9:00 –12:00 Workshop
12:00 –1:00 Lunch on your own
1:00 –3:00 Workshop

To register please click here. This is a static registration form - you will need to fill it out and fax or mail back to NELMS.

Map to Plymouth State campus in Concord

PLEASE NOTE: A minimum of 10 attendees is required.

Presenter Bio

Jen's depth of experience, creativity, and knowledge of educational theory and practice is evident in her innovative yet practical workshops and publications in which she incorporates the art of facilitation and teaching with brain-based and pedagogical research. In her 25 years as an educator, Jen has worked as a classroom teacher, a clinician in mental health treatment centers for children, adolescents, and adults, as an adventure educator, and in professional training, adult education, and organizational teambuilding. Jen earned her master's degree in Experiential Education at Minnesota State University, Mankato and continues to pursue the latest research on the brain and learning, pedagogy and the emerging field of educational neuroscience. Through these experiences, she has developed and extensive repertoire of evidence-informed experiential activities, tools and strategies she brings to her engaging and informative workshops, publications and teaching resources. She is the author of Tips and Tools for the Art of Experiential Group Facilitation and the new book, Inspired Educator, Inspired Learner: Experiential, Brain-Based Activities and Strategies to Engage, Motivate, Build Community and Create lasting Lessons. She is also the creator and regular contributor to the Inspired Educator Blog at