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Are Your Students Learning? Prove It!

Making the next great leap forward in improving education requires a new, quantitative approach for instructional methods. By combining science of learning principles, evidence-based research, and large-scale data analysis, we are able to demonstrably improve student learning, productivity and outcomes. Come learn about how you can employ learning engineering, this new discipline that is dedicated to bridging the gaps between educational theory and practice while improving both.

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Learning Objectives

  1. Learn how to use learning engineering to bridge the gaps between theory and practice.
  2. Describe the learning engineering process and state it's importance.
  3. Understand how to use learning data to test the effectiveness of an instructional methodology, improving student learning, productivity and outcomes.

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Michael Bett, Managing Dir, Carnegie Mellon University


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