Information about the brain and how it grows to reach its full potential has exploded into our awareness over the
past twenty years allowing us to understand the workings of the human brain like never before.
The 1990’s were called the ‘decade of the brain’ due to significant advancements in brain scanning technologies. In 2003 they successfully mapped the human genome. Since then we have been provided with a wonder of insight into how the human brain works and develops as we grow.
Nathan Wallis, a renowned neuroscience educator, has developed a profound reputation as a lively and engaging speaker who uses humor and plain language to make this complex topic burst into life.
Captivating audiences over 200 times per year in New Zealand, Australia and Internationally, Nathan Wallis provides an informative narrative on how our day-to-day interactions with children and young people, significantly the early years, plays a critical role in defining later outcomes for our children.
Reflecting on the latest neuroscience discoveries, Nathan provides in-depth clarity, focusing on how we as individuals and a society as a whole can use this knowledge to create better outcomes for our children and for our future.
Focusing on The First 1000 Days, this App provides a neuroscience perspective on what parents need to know about their newborns.
Covering topics such as:
The structure of the brain
What makes a baby brainy
Routine versus attachment
The importance of the Dyad
Fear versus learning
Biting & Teething
The importance of repetition
And understanding research
Nathan Wallis brings the positive and practical implications of ‘conscious intelligence’ into everyday life.
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