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Mine Conkbayir on Neuroscience for Early Years practice

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Mine Conkbayir on Neuroscience for Early Years practice

Introduction

Mine Conkbayir is a lecturer, award-winning author and trainer and has worked in the field of early childhood education and care for over 17 years. She has recently completed her PhD in early childhood education and neuroscience with a view to bridge the gap between neuroscience and Early Years discourse and practice.

In this interview, Mine discusses epigenetics, responses to stressors (our own and the children’s), the 5 domains of self-regulation and the role of neuroscience in the ‘Nature vs Nurture’ debate.

You can find details of Mine’s conference, including booking details, here:
https://mineconkbayir.co.uk/2020-neuroscience-conference/

Online courses here: https://mineconkbayir.co.uk/online-programme/self-regulation-in-early-years/ and here: https://mineconkbayir.co.uk/online-programme/applying-neuroscience-to-early-intervention/

Her website is here:
mineconkbayir.co.uk/
Twitter: @MineEYMind
Facebook:@mine.conkbayir

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