JANE M. HEALY, Ph.D.,is an educational psychologist and teacher who has worked with students from preschool through graduate school. She consults and lectures worldwide, helping teachers and parents understand the educational implications of current brain research. She has appeared on national media such as theTodayshow,Nightline, Good Morning America,CNN, and NPR. A mother and grandmother, she currently lives in Vail, Colorado.
Jane M. Healy, Ph.D. is a teacher and educational psychologist who has worked with young people of all ages, from pre-school to graduate school. She has been a classroom teacher, reading and learning specialist, school administrator, and clinician. She is currently a lecturer and consultant, and the author of three books about how children do (and don't) learn, Your Child's Growing Mind, Endangered Minds, and Failure to Connect. She and her work have been featured in national media such as CNN and NPR. She has twice been named "Educator of the Year" by Delta Kappa Gamma, the professional honor society of women educators.nbsp; Jane and her husband claim they have learned most of what they know from raising three sons and enjoying six grandchildren.