Have you ever heard a new research study that contradicts the study you learned about _just last month_? Have you ever read conclusions of a study and after all of the cautions, you have no idea if _anything_ was learned at all? Do you wonder if we can ever truly _know_ anything about learning? Actually, researchers know much about learning, but haven't made the evidence-base actionable for others. In this panel, 4 learning scientists share the evidence and how edtech can help make it a reality.
Additional Supporting Materials
- Learn what we know about how students learn
- Understand how evidence applies to using technology in learning environments
- Apply this new knowledge to our own classrooms (whatever they look like)
- Katrina Stevens, Director of Learning Science, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
- Aubrey Francisco, Chief Research Officer, Digital Promise
- Alexandra Resch, Interim Senior Program Officer, Measurement Learning and Evaluation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
- Melina Uncapher, CEO, Co-founder, Institute for Applied Neuroscience
Saro Mohammed, Partner, The Learning Accelerator
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