Dr. Lori Desautels 317-207-0336 brain@revelationsineducation.com


Undergraduate, Graduate, Inside the Classroom, and in the community.
Our work explores learning and behavior through brain development, adversity, and resiliency!

Butler University College of Education

Educational Neuroscience Symposium

Open to: Educators, Mental Health Professionals, Parents, and Students.
April 25, 2020, 8:30 AM-1:30 PM.
Conference will focus on trauma adversity of students with an emphasis of children and youth in foster care and for parents and educators working with foster care children and students.

Butler University College of Education

Applied Educational Neuroscience CERTIFICATE

Butler University is excited to offer the opportunity for educators, counselors, social workers and mental health practitioners to acquire a certificate in Applied Educational Neuroscience with an emphasis on Adversity/ Trauma and the Brain through a graduate, non-degree program. *Virtual or In-Person Options

Butler University college of education

Undergraduate Classes

Dr. Desautels teaches courses at Bulter University in Indianapolis, IN. Find out about the courses available for the upcoming semesters here...


Department of Education Social and Emotional Learning

Dr. Lori Desautels is an author of the newly created Indiana Social-Emotional Learning Competencies for students in grades Pre-K through 12, addressing social and emotional well-being through a neurodevelopmental culturally responsive framework.


Upcoming Presentations

Dr. Desautels conducts brain institutes and workshops throughout the U.S. Educators, parents, and the community can join us for an upcoming conferences or symposiums in your area to learn to implement tools to help our students. We hope you can mark your calendar and come learn with us this year.

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Our Work in Real Classrooms

How are teachers using this work in their classrooms? Have a story to tell, an experience to share, or have feedback for us from the classroom? Great! We want to showcase the work you are doing and how it is impacting your classroom.

Students are driven to learn and interact when they feel empowered respected and cared for. If we do not attempt to build a respectful and authentic relationship with our children and students, we will not improve test scores retention of subject matter Learning new material and/or concepts dies in the process! Students at Fall Creek Valley middle school  were given an assessment at the beginning and end of a 14 week study session where they met with a mentor/teacher developing and establishing a safe classroom environment and were steeped in relational learning. These students were falling through the cracks of attendance, academics and behavioral choices. They are bright young seventh and eighth grade students who were given an opportunity during these group sessions  to make improved personal choices, were held accountable for their grades and behaviors, and were held in the highest esteem as mutual respect between teacher and student was shared each week. Their efforts, attitudes, and overall dispositions improved greatly as this graph depicts and highlights.

Heart of Learning Study and Support Group Results:  Download Results >>

FCV Heart of learning study and support group