Fostering Academic Success in STEM - April 27th, 2018


Registration is now closed.
 

 Click here for information on the STEM PEDAGOGY INSTITUTE

The conference and Pedagogy Institute are open to colleagues who work in one of the USA’s six New England states (as our funding source supports institutions in these states).


 

Link to Evidence-based Teaching: Just the Facts or Thinking Like Scientists? - Part 1

Link to Evidence-based Teaching: Just the Facts or Thinking Like Scientists? - Part 2

Link to Evidence-based Teaching: Just the Facts or Thinking Like Scientists? - Part 3

Link to Evidence-based Teaching: Just the Facts or Thinking Like Scientists? - Part 4

Link to Unleash the Science of Learning: Evidence-Based Teaching Strategies that Transform STEM Classrooms

retrievalpractice.org/unh

 


 

Victor Benassi  
Director, Center for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching and Learning, and Professor of Psychology, University of New Hampshire

Dr. Benassi is principal investigator of three Davis Educational Foundation grants on    applying science of learning principles in academic courses and curricula. He is an American Psychology Association fellow and served as the 2013 APA Division 2 President. In 2003, he received the American Psychological Foundation’s Charles L. Brewer Distinguished Teaching of Psychology award. His current research focuses on the application of science of learning principles to teaching and learning in college and  university courses

 

 

 

Presentation Title: Fostering Higher-Order Learning in STEM Education: A Role for Science of Learning 

Link to Fostering Higher-Order Learning in STEM Education: A Role for Science of Learning 

 

 


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