Learning & Memory: What Teachers Need to Know About the Human Brain
Ever wish you could peer into your students’ minds and figure out what is going on in there? The answer may not be as remote as you think. Researchers have learned a great deal about how the human brain works, and not surprisingly, there are some clear applications for education. Attend this session to take a tour of the mind of a learner, and come away with some practical tips for improving classroom instruction based on how we actually learn.
Presenter(s): Karen March Schaeffer and Pam Hardin
Audience: faculty, researchers, postdocs, graduate students, and staff