Dr. Andrea Seidman holds a Doctor of Education degree in Instructional Leadership with a minor in Early Childhood Education. Her Master degrees are in curriculum development and brain research in addition to a dual undergraduate degree in Education and History. She has completed certifications ranging from Early Childhood through Secondary Education and is a Dyslexia Specialist in screening for dyslexia. Andrea specializes in establishing instructional strategies that create optimal learning environments according to the way the brain learns best. She leads workshops and presentations based on her Four Brain Essential Learning Stepsã known as the 4BELS curricular process. She has presented at educator conferences in China, S. Korea, and throughout the United States. She is an adjunct professor of early childhood courses that include being an instructor of the PA Director Credential, CDA, and SAC for Keystone College. Dr. Seidman is President of A Child’s World Education and Early Age Learning Schools established in 1994. These schools are rated as the highest quality in early childhood education through the international Quality Rating System (STARs) and national accreditation and are private academic schools licensed through the Department of Education.