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Jennifer Recommends: TEDx: Jane Kise on Neuroscience, Math, Type

Jennifer Recommends: TEDx: Jane Kise on Neuroscience, Math, Type

Jane KiseWhile I usually don’t stray far from business in my recommendations, this TEDx video by my esteemed colleague makes the cut: Jane Kise Neuroscience, Math, Type. Jane Kise is the world’s foremost expert on how psychological type influences math learning.

Anyone who teaches, trains, has school-aged children will both enjoy and benefit from hearing what she’s learned through her research. Her TEDx talk is completely accessible and you do not need any knowledge of MBTI or Jungian psychology or brain science to follow it.

I also found parallels between her key points on teaching and leadership, since the best leaders facilitate and encourage learning every day. You can view the talk at: Jane Kise Neuroscience, Math, Type.

Jane will be in the San Francisco Bay Area March 9, leading workshops in Intentional Leadership and Polarity Thinking. Get more information at www.baapt.org.

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