Less White Matter & Larger Amygdala: Steph Jensen

It can be tempting to set the same expectations for boys as we do for girls in the classroom. But keynoter Steph Jensen cautions that there are major structural characteristics that cause boys to process information differently.

Watch Steph Jensen highlight how a larger amygdala affects how boys process information.

The Boy Brains & Engagement Conference will help educators understand and support the unique the unique needs or learning preferences of boys – whether those differences are neurological, cultural or environmental. The goal of the event is to help educators decrease dropouts, improve academic outcomes and encourage a post-secondary educational mindset among all boys.

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