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Memory and Learning
How does your child’s memory impact her ability to learn?
An evening with Dr. Paul Yellin, MD, FAAP
Dr. Paul Yellin is back by popular demand! Have you ever wondered…
- How does memory work?
- How do children receive information, manipulate it, store it, and later access it?
- How can I help my child recall routines so that they can remember their homework and lunch box in the morning?
- Why does it feel like I’m always repeating myself with my child?
- How do I help my child recall vocabulary? Spelling patterns? Key facts and concepts?
- What roles do attention, sequencing, and language processing play in memory?
About Paul B. Yellin, MD, FAAP
Dr. Paul B. Yellin is the Director of The Yellin Center for Mind, Brain, and Education in New York City. He has dedicated his entire career to improving the well-being and development of young people.
Prior to the establishment of The Yellin Center in 2007, Dr. Yellin served for five years as National Director of the Student Success Program at the not-for-profit All Kinds of Minds Institute. There, he worked closely with the Institute’s researchers and clinicians to deliver a multi-disciplinary model of learning assessments and personalized learning plans to thousands of students from across the world.
In 2007, Dr. Yellin created The Yellin Center to expand this model of assessment. He assembled a team of experienced clinicians and administrators and set out to extend the scope of the learning assessment program and update it in keeping with the latest scientific research.
Dr. Yellin is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at New York University School of Medicine where he serves as a member of the faculty of the program in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics. Read more.