Speaking Engagements for Dr. Mariale Hardiman

Hardiman, M. (April, 2018). University of Texas Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Webinar. “Brain-Targeted Teaching: Promoting Positive Emotions for Learning.” Tyler, TX.

Hardiman, M. (March, 2018). European Project “Transform Your School” Principals Conference Webinar. “How the Learning Sciences Inform Teaching & Learning: The Brain-Targeted Teaching Model.” Athens, Greece.

Hardiman, M. (January, 2018). Johns Hopkins University Best Practices in University Teaching Workshop. “Application of the Learning Sciences for Adult Learners through The Brain-Targeted Teaching® Model.” Baltimore, MD.

Hardiman, M. (January, 2018). Johns Hopkins University K-12 STEM Coordination Group Meeting. “Embedding the Arts into Teaching Science Activities Enhances Memory for Science Content.” Baltimore, MD.

Hardiman, M. (November, 2017). Learning and the Brain Fall Conference. “Transforming Teaching and Assessments for 21stCentury Learners.” Boston, MA.

Hardiman, M. (October, 2017). Genesee Region Teacher Center; Batavia City School District. “How the Learning Sciences Inform Teaching and Learning: The Brain-Targeted Teaching Model.” Batavia, NY. 

Hardiman, M. (October, 2017). Holy Ghost Preparatory School. “How the Learning Sciences Inform Teaching and Learning: The Brain-Targeted Teaching Model.” Bensalem, PA.

Hardiman, M. (September, 2017). Lab School of Washington. “Why Arts Integration Matters: Academic Benefits for ALL Learners.” Washington, DC.

Hardiman, M.(September, 2017). 2017 International Conference on Mobile Brain-Body Imaging and the Neuroscience of Art, Innovation, and Creativity “How Can the Arts and Neuroscience Describe and Promote the Processes of Learning and Creativity in K-12 and Higher Education?” Valencia, Spain.

Hardiman, M.(July, 2017). Woodford County Leadership Retreat Keynote Speech “Brain Targeted Teaching for 21stCentury Schools,” Louisville, KY.

HardimanM. (April, 2017). AERA “Impacts of Arts Integration on Student Outcomes,” San Antonio, TX.

HardimanM. (April, 2017). Spring Learning and the Brain Conference “Brain Targeted Teaching: Promoting Positive Emotions for Learning,” Arlington, VA.

HardimanM. (March, 2017). Society for the Neuroscience of Creativity, 

“Society for the Neuroscience of Creativity in Education,” San Francisco, CA.

HardimanM. (March, 2017). Arts Every Day 10thAnniversary Celebration 

“The Research: The Influence of Creativity on Neuroscience,” Baltimore, MD.

HardimanM. (January, 2017). Best Practices in University Teaching, Johns Hopkins University “The Science of Learning,” Baltimore, MD.

HardimanM.(October, 2016). JHU Leadership Summit, "A City on the Move, 

Advancing Baltimore," Central Development, Baltimore, MD.

HardimanM.(September 2016). Learning, the Arts and Creative Problem-Solving, "Measuring Creative Problem Solving Through Arts Integration," Creativity Matters and the deLaski Family Foundation, Washington DC. 

HardimanM.(September, 2016). Center for American Progress, "High Quality Curriculum," Education Policy Institute, New York, NY.

HardimanM.(July, 2016). Creativity Problem Solving Symposium,

Performance Works/deLaski Family Foundation, Washington, DC. 

HardimanM. (July, 2016). Educational Leaders as Scholars: Using Arts-Infused Instruction to Enhance the Common Core, "Arts-Infused Teaching: Impact on Teaching and Learning," Foundation for Educational Administration, Princeton University, NJ. 

HardimanM.(July, 2016). The Future Classroom, "Connecting the Learning Sciences with Effective Teaching," Northeaster Maryland Technology Council, Harford Community College. 

HardimanM. (May, 2016). The Annual Professional Learning Conference, "The Brain-Targeted Teaching Model for 21st Century Schools," New    England School Development Council, Marlborough, MA. 

HardimanM. (April, 2016).Urban Health Institute Social Determinants of      Health, "School of Med Campus," Urban Health Institute, Turner Auditorium. 

HardimanM.(April, 2016). The Kennedy School of Government, "How Arts      Integration Influences Learning & Creativity in Non-Arts Subjects," Harvard     University, Cambridge, MA. 

HardimanM.  (April, 2016). Learning and the Brain Conference, "The LearningSciences: The Arts and Creativity," Learning and the Brain, Orlando, FL. 

HardimanM.(January, 2016). Professional learning for Higher Education Professionals, "How the Learning Sciences Informs Instruction for Adult Learners," Harford Community College, Harford County, MD. 

HardimanM. (October, 2015).  Inclusive Education Conference, "How the Learning Sciences Inform Effective Teaching," Nathan Banks Foundation, Jamaica. 

HardimanM.(October, 2015). Baltimore Lab School, "Arts & Integration," Baltimore Lab School. 

Hardiman, M. (September, 2015). “National Academy of Sciences, "How the Arts Enhance Learning," Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC.

Hardiman, M.(September, 2015). The Learning Sciences and the Arts: Research to Practice,” Keynote address at the Brain Awareness Series, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR.

Hardiman, M., JohnBull, R.M., Grizzard, C. (May, 2015). “From STEM to STEAM: How the Arts Can Enhance Instruction in Math and Science,” The Learning & the Brain Conference, New York, NY.

Hardiman, M., JohnBull, R.M.,Grizzard, C. (March, 2015). “From STEM to STEAM: How the Arts Can Enhance Instruction in Science,” U.S. Department of Education, Office of Innovation and Improvement Conference on Deconstruction the Arts: From Implementation to Outcomes, Washington, DC.

Hardiman, M.,Grizzard, C. (March, 2015). “From STEM to STEAM: How the Arts Can Enhance Learning,” National Arts Education Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Hardiman, M. (February, 2015). “The Arts and Creativity,” Salzburg Global Seminar The Neuroscience of Art: What Are the Sources of Creativity and Innovation? Salzburg, Austria.

Hardiman, M., Albro, E., Kelleher, I., (November, 2014). “The Learning Brain: What is Neuroscience and How Does it Enhance Student Achievement?” National Education Week, Education Initiative, Washington, DC.

HardimanM.(November, 2014). The Council of State Governments, "Brain Targeted Teaching," The Council of State Governments, Education Building, Baltimore, MD. 

Hardiman, M., Carey, B., & Whitman, G. (October, 2014). “Cognitive Science Revolution,” Center for American Progress, Washington, DC.

Hardiman, M.(October, 2014). “The Learning Sciences and the Brain-Targeted Teaching Model for Teacher Preparation Programs,” Massachusetts Consortium, MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Boston, MA. 

Hardiman, M. (September, 2014) Keynote Speech “How the Learning Sciences Can Influence Higher Education Pedagogy,” Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School, Baltimore, MD.

Hardiman, M.,JohnBull, R.M., & Grizzard, C. (September, 2014). “The Effects of Arts Integration on Student Learning,” Arts Education Partnership National Forum Preparing Students for the Next America in and through the Arts,Pittsburgh, PA.

Hardiman, M. (July, 2014). “Arts Integration and Creative Thinking,” Santa Fe Institute and the National Endowment for the Arts, Santa Fe, NM.

Hardiman, M. (July, 2014). Keynote Speech “Why Neuroeducation Matters,” Southern Legislative Conference of the Council of State Governments, Little Rock, AK.

Hardiman, M. (May, 2014). Keynote Speech “How the Science of Learning Influences Education Practices,” American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) National Symposium Neuroscience and Education, Washington, DC.

Hardiman, M. (April, 2014). “21stCentury Skills and Assessment,” National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME) National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Hardiman, M. (November, 2013). "Neuroscience and the Arts: From Research to Practice," Leadership and Scholarship in Arts Institutions, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD. 

Hardiman, M. (October, 2013). Keynote Speech “The Implications of Neuroscience in the Teaching and Learning of Children with Disabilities." Professional Learning Institute: Narrow the Gap, Maryland State Department of Education, Ocean City, MD. 

Hardiman, M. (October, 2013). Keynote Speech “Leadership for InstructionalBest Practices Informed by the Learning Sciences," Central Valley Educational Leadership Institute, State Center Consortium, Fresno, CA. 

Hardiman, M. & Rinne, L. (September, 2013). "The Effects of Arts Integration on Long-Term Retention of Content and Student Engagement." Institute of Education Sciences (IES) Conference, Washington, DC. 

Hardiman, M. & Cantor, P. (July, 2013). "The Impact of Poverty on ChildDevelopment," TurnAround Schools Leadership Conference, TurnAround Schools Charters, New York, NY. 

Hardiman, M. (June, 2013). Keynote Speech “Applying Neuroeducation Research to Instructional Practices," Midwest Brain and Learning Institute Hope College, Holland, MI. 

Hardiman, M., JohnBull, R. M. (April, 2013). "The Effects of Neuroeducation Professional Development on Teacher Efficacy Beliefs," AERA Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA. 

Hardiman, M. (April 2013).  Keynote Speech “Leadership for Early Childhood Programming: Answers from the Learning Sciences," First 5 California Annual Conference, University of California, Sacramento, CA.

Hardiman, M. (February, 2013). Keynote Speech “Poverty, Stress, and the Brain” California Head Start Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

Hardiman, M. (July, 2012). Keynote Speech "Brain-Targeted Teaching for Teacher Educators" Maryland State Department of Education Teaching Consortium Summer Institute, St. Michael's, MD.

Hardiman, M. (June, 2012). Keynote Speech “Innovative Teaching for 21stCentury Schools” The Teacher Institute for 21stCentury Innovation, Madison, CT.

Hardiman, M. (April, 2012). Keynote Speech “Arts Integration and Long-Term Retention of Content and Student Engagement—Research and Implications” The Lab School of Washington Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

Hardiman, M. (March, 2012), Keynote speech, “The Artistic-Creative Brain” The Baltimore Lab School, Baltimore, MD.

Hardiman, M. (February, 2012). TEDx Talk, “The Art of Learning: Brain Based Educational Reform” Enola, PA.

Hardiman, M. (February, 2012). “Brain-Targeted Teaching for 21stCentury Schools” for Learning & Brain Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Hardiman, M. (November, 2011). “The Creative-Artistic Brain: Education in the 21stCentury,” Learning & the Brain Conference, Boston, MA.

Hardiman, M. (October, 2011).   Keynote Speaker: “Art, Science and the Brain: New Models for Learning for the 21stCentury” Sponsored by MaRS Discovery District, Social Innovation Generation, & ArtsSmarts, Toronto, Canada. 

Hardiman, M. (July, 2011). “Creativity in Learning through Brain-Targeted Teaching for International Classrooms,” JHU Center for Talented Youth International Educators Institute, Baltimore, MD.

Hardiman, M., Rinne, L., Gregory, E. & Yarmolinskaya, J. (June, 2011). “Improving Teaching and Learning through Brain-Targeted Teaching,” Weeklong institute hosted by St. Andrews Episcopal School, Potomac, MD.

Hardiman, M. & Limb, C. (June, 2011). “The Emerging Field of Neuroeducation,” Maryland Congressional Delegation Staff, Baltimore, MD.

Hardiman, M. (June, 2011). “Merging Neuro- and Cognitive Science with Pedagogy,” American Society for Microbiology, Baltimore, MD.

Hardiman, M. (May, 2011). “Differentiation Through Application of Neuro- and Cognitive Science in the Classroom” Sixth annual Conference on Learning Differences, Building Resilience in Student Learning” American Community Schools, Athens, Greece.

Hardiman, M., Grizzard, C., & Gregory, E. (April, 2011). “Brain-Targeted Teaching: A Model for Close Encounters and Other School Age Audiences” Baltimore Museum of Art Docent Program, Baltimore, MD.

Hardiman, M., Rinne, L. & Gregory, E. (November, 2010). “Effective Instruction in Climate of High Stakes Accountability” Learning & the Brain Conference, Cambridge, MA.

Hardiman, M.& Hartye, M. (October, 2010). “Connecting Brain Research with Principles of Montessori Education” Annual Conference of the American Montessori Society, San Diego, CA.

Hardiman, M., Grizzard, C., & Rome, S. (August, 2010). “Creativity in Teaching and Learning” Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture, Erice, Sicily, Italy.

Hardiman, M. (June, 2010). “Brain-Targeted Teaching within the Universal Design for Learning” Maryland State Department of Education Curriculum and Instruction facilitators. Baltimore, MD.

Hardiman, M., Barnes, A., & Woerner, G. (May, 2010). “Attention and Engagement in Learning” Learning & the Brain Conference, Washington, DC.

Hardiman, M. (April, 2010). Panelist, “Future Tense,” JHU Rise to the Challenge Seminars, New York, NY.

Hardiman, M. (March, 2010). Panel Moderator, “Future Tense,” JHU Rise to the Challenge Seminars, Los Angeles, CA.

Hardiman, M.(March, 2010). “Universal Design for Learning and the Child- Brain Research in Practice” Maryland State Department of Education Conference on Universal Design for Learning, Annapolis, MD.

Hardiman, M. (January, 2010). “Creativity in the Classroom – The Importance of Imagination in Learning” 22ndAnnual SDB Conference, Marina del Rey, CA.

Hardiman, M.(October, 2009). “Teaching in the 21stCentury with the Brain-Targeted Teaching Model” The ERB Conference, New York, NY.

Hardiman, M. (October, 2009). “Arts and Learning” Keynote speech for the Arts Education Collaborative, Pittsburgh, PA.

Hardiman, M. (August, 2009). “Brain Research and Montessori Education,” Simsbury, CT.

Hardiman, M., Barnes, A., Grizzard, C. & Rome, S. (May, 2009). “Creativity and Learning” The Learning & The Brain Conference, Washington, DC.

Hardiman, M. (May, 2009). “Arts from Educator’s Perspective” Panel Presentation, JHU Learning, Arts, and Brain Summit, Baltimore, MD.

Hardiman, M. (November, 2008). “Emotions and Learning” The Learning & The Brain Conference, Cambridge, MA, November, 2008.

Hardiman, M. (February, 2008). “Correlates of Effective Teaching at the High School Level” Professional development delivered to teachers at Polytechnic High School, Western High School, and Reginald Lewis High School in Baltimore, MD.

Hardiman, M. & Hartye, M. (March, 2007). “Connecting Brain Research with Principles of Montessori Education” Annual Conference of the American Montessori Association, New York, NY.

Hardiman, M. (October, 2006). "Montessori Education Informed by Brain Sciences" Penn Mont Academy, Hollidaysburg, PA.

Hardiman, M. (October, 2006). "Effective Teaching Through the Brain-Targeted Teaching Model" Frontier Regional School District, Deerfield, MA.

Hardiman, M. (July, 2006). “Instructional Leadership in Action: Monitoring the Alignment of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment” Maryland Instructional Leadership Institute, Columbia, MD.

Hardiman, M. (May, 2006). “Strategies for Supervision and Curriculum Development through Effective Teaching Model” Maryland Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Towson, MD.

Hardiman, M.(May, 2006). “Effective Teaching Through the Six Developmental Pathways and Brain-Targeted Teaching” The Learning & the Brain Conference, Cambridge, MA.

Hardiman, M.(January, 2006). “Effective Teaching Through the Six Developmental Pathways and Brain-Targeted Teaching” Yale University Comer Child Development Program, New Haven, CT.

Hardiman, M.(February, 2005). “Closing the Achievement Gap” Symposium of Success Sponsored by Stamford Achieves, City of Stamford, CT.

Hardiman, M.(February, 2005). “Instructional Strategies that Work” Presentation to the faculty of Sewickley Academy, Sewickley, PA.

Hardiman, M.(November, 2004). “Brain Research and Learning: The Brain-Targeted Teaching Model”; Learning and the Brain National Conference, Cambridge, MA.

Hardiman, M. (April, 2004). “Brain Research and Learning: The Brain-Targeted Teaching Model”; Learning and the Brain National Conference, Cambridge, MA.

Hardiman, M.(March, 2004). “Connecting Brain Research with Effective Instruction” Spring Leadership Conference, Bucks County, PA.

Hardiman, M. (April, 2003). “Educational Environments and Learning”; Northeast Region of the Council of Educational Facility Planners.

Hardiman, M. (March, 2003). “Schoolhouse Dialogue” Maryland State Principals’ Academy, Maryland State Department of Education.

Hardiman, M.(March, 2003). “The Brain-Targeted Teaching Model” Maryland Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, Towson, MD.

Hardiman, M.(November, 2002). “Connecting Brain Research with Dimensions of Learning” National Council of Educational Administrative & Supervisory Organizations: Fall Invitational Leadership Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Hardiman, M. (August, 2002). “Remedial and Strategic Reading for Middle School Students,” Baltimore City Public School System Principal Symposium, Baltimore, MD.

Hardiman, M. (March, 2002). “Brain Research and Learning: Making the Connection” Maryland State Department of Education: Fifth Annual Conference Addressing the Reduction of Disproportional Representation of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students in Special Education,” Towson, MD.

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