Science of Adolescent Learning Report/Fact SheetMarch 01, 2018
With a deep understanding of adolescent learning and development research, education policymakers and practitioners can implement secondary school improvement strategies based on science, rather than traditions. In turn, this alignment of policies, practices, and research will ensure that more students graduate from high school with the knowledge, skills, and mindsets necessary for success in college, a career, citizenship, and life.
The Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning: Bringing Mind, Brain, and Education Science to Teachers and the Classroom Webinar/EventJanuary 12, 2017
What if teachers knew more about mind/brain education science? Would they be more likely to do those things that create opportunities for students to thrive in ways that are not similar to the traditional classroom setting? This webinar focuses on how the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning provides training to its teachers in mind, brain, and education science, as well as its efforts to scale its work to reach public school teachers and their students.
Science of Adolescent Learning: Debunking the Myth About Left-Brain/Right-Brain Learning Styles Blog PostDecember 14, 2016
Featuring renowned developmental scientist and professor Dr. Ronald Dahl, this webinar focused on adolescent brain development, recent research on the adolescent brain, and the potential impact that this research could have on schools, teaching and learning, and education policy.