Learning science research continues to help us better understand how people learn and how we can learn better. But it's next to impossible to keep up with all the new research from fields like neuroscience, psychology and learning analytics. What are the most important and valuable findings that learning science has taught us? Three scientists share insights that every educator should know about and that they can apply to their own learning or classroom instruction.
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- Discover the latest research advancements in learning science
- Get examples of how educators are applying these findings
- Learn how to identify the most important elements of learning science research
- Robert Feldman, Senior Advisor to the Chancellor , University of Massachusetts Amherst
- Ryan Baker, Associate Professor, University of Pennsylvania
- Jennifer Kotler, Vice President, Content Research and Evaluation, Sesame Workshop
- Tanya Joosten, Co-Director, National Research Center for Distance Education and Technological Advancements; Director, Digital Learning Research and Development, Academic Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Jennifer Bergman, Manager, RF|Binder
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