Meet Marilee Sprenger
Speaking/Consultation Areas: Brain, learning and memory, and differentiation

Presentation Style: Warm, interesting, knowledgeable, insightful; use of humor.

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Marilee Sprenger is considered an expert in education on the brain, learning and memory, and differentiation. She is one of the most entertaining and informative authors and speakers in the field of education. She leaves her audiences with practical techniques to implement in their classrooms immediately.

Marilee is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, the Learning and the Brain Society, and the Cognitive Neuroscience Society as well as many education organizations such as ASCD and Phi Delta Kappa. She is the author of Learning and Memory: The Brain in Action, Becoming a Wiz at Brain-based Teaching, Differentiation through Learning Styles and Memory, How to Teach So Students Remember,Memory 101 for Educators, and The Developing Brain: Birth through Age Eight. She has written numerous articles, contributed to textbooks, and provides staff development internationally.            A former classroom teacher, she is an adjunct professor at Aurora University, teaching graduate courses on brain based teaching, learning and memory, and differentiation. Teachers who have read Marilee’s work or heard her speak agree that they walk away with user-friendly information that can be applied at all levels.