Dr. Dan Schwartz shares his vision for getting key learning science research findings into the hands of educators who can creatively apply them to support students.
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In this video, Dr. Nancy Hill, professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, discusses the opportunities and challenges related to building trusting relationships between schools and families of adolescents.
Dr. Lisa Dieker shares her experiences as a researcher who collaborates with students with disabilities from kindergarten through graduate school.
Dr. Gerardo Ramirez describes how students interpret their experiences learning mathematics and how to support them in creating positive math mindsets.
Dr. Ryan Baker describes gaming the system: students’ attempts to get through material in an online or blended learning system without learning.
Dr. Jeremy Roschelle and Dr. Kara Carpenter describe how technology can help support students in learning mathematical concepts.
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