Become a Classroom INNOVATOR:
Learn to assess & integrate research from many different domains
Research exploring how the brain processes information and supports learning can help us conceptualize and ground teaching practices.
Understanding behavioral patterns, preferences, and biases can aid in the thoughtful development and assessment of novel teaching tools.
Over 2 centuries of educational research has provided a number of proven (and dis-proven) classroom practices that can be used to enhance academic & social learning.
As the number and types of didactic technologies increases, grasping the principles of approaching and applying technology in the classroom is paramount.
Re-framing education in a holistic light not only can increase student well-being, but also help teachers approach the 'why' questions of education.
A number of principles and frameworks are emerging from the world of design that can be utilized to build adaptive and successful classroom tools.