Ido Davidesco, PhD

Assistant Professor of Learning Sciences, NEAG School of Education, University of Connecticut; Brain Researcher who studies how students learn in real classrooms using portable Electroencephalography (EEG) and eye tracking technologies; Co-Author, "Attention Matters: How Orchestrating Attention Relates to Classroom Learning" (2020, CBE-Life Sciences Education) and "Brain-to- Brain Synchrony and Learning Outcomes Vary by Student-Teacher Dynamics: Evidence from a Real-world Classroom EEG study" (2019, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience)


The Science of Teaching During a Pandemic

Virtual Conference  February 20, 2021

Focused Brains

Why Attention Matters: How Active Learning Strategies and Synchronized Brain Activity Support Attention and Learning (and Science Education)

Schooling Social Brains

The Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel, New York, NY  May 3-5, 2019

Social Learning & Group Collaboration

The Neuroscience of Social Learning: Brain-to-Brain Synchrony and Group Interaction