Cognitive science has identified flexible and often
counterintuitive cognitive strategies that boost student learning. Teachers
will learn how to implement these techniques within their
Learn how to apply multiple practical, flexible, and research-based cognitive strategies, including retrieving information from memory, distributing practice across time, scaffolding, and mixing together different examples, within their own classrooms to improve student learning.
Jonathan Tullis (The University of Arizona: Tucson, AZ)