Ido Davidesco, PhD

Assistant Professor of Learning Sciences; Principal Investigator, Brain Healthy Project, 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, "Neuroscience Research in the Classroom: Portable Brain Technologies in Education Research" (2021, Educational Researcher); "Making BrainWaves: Portable Brain Technology in Biology Education" (2021, bioRxiv), "Morning Brain: Real-World Neural Evidence that High School Class Times Matter" (2020, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience), and "Measuring Brain Waves in the Classroom" (2020, Frontiers for Young Minds)


The Science of Teaching and Learning

The Westin Copley Place, Boston, MA or Virtually via Zoom  November 17-19, 2023

The Science of Brain Health

Brain Healthy: Helping Students Evaluate Their Brain Health and Well-Being

The Science of Teaching

The Fairmont, San Francisco, CA or Virtually via Zoom  February 18-20, 2022

The Science of Sleep and School Schedules

Insights From Wearable Brain Technologies on Engagement and School Schedules

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