Conference Chair: Professor of Psychology, James Madison University; Former Executive Director and Founding Board Member, International Mind, Brain, and Education Society; Former Managing Editor, Mind, Brain, and Education Journal; Winner of the 2013 L&B/IMBES “Transforming Education Through Neuroscience” Award; Recognized as in the “Top 1% of Educational Researchers Influencing Public Debate” in the US; Co-Author, “Toward an Ecological Science of Teaching” (2021, Canadian Psychology), “Educational Neuroscience: Are We There Yet?” (2019, Wiley Handbook on Education) and “Promising Principles: Translating the Science of Learning to Educational Practice” (2012, Applied Research in Memory and Cognition)
PANEL DISCUSSION: Bringing the Science of Teaching and Learning to Schools: What Classrooms Are Doing?
How Learning Works: Promising Principles and Practices for Teachers From the Science of Learning
From the Science of Learning to the Science of Teaching
Building a Science of Teaching and Learning: One Educator's Journey
You're Better Now: Bringing Your Lessons from Online Teaching Back into the Classroom