Continuously Improve Your Teaching: Tips From the 'Learning Engineering' Movement
Listen and learn : Panel
Dr. Neil Heffernan Rebecca Koenig Callie Lowenstein Aigner Picou
This panel discussion moderated by an EdSurge journalist will feature experts discussing how and why educators can improve their instruction by applying findings from learning science and approaching their teaching as a kind of ongoing process of data collection, experimentation and revision.
|Audience:||Teachers, Curriculum/district specialists, Technology coordinators/facilitators|
|Attendee devices:||Devices not needed|
|Topic:||Science of learning|
|ISTE Standards:||For Students:
Rebecca Koenig is a senior reporter at EdSurge, where she covers the future of learning in higher education and workforce training. She is a 2020 Higher Education Media Fellow of The Institute for Citizens & Scholars and was a 2018 fellow of the National Press Foundation.
A teacher-leader with a research background, Callie Lowenstein has worked in classrooms around the world in search of what really works for young learners. Callie spent four years in international research and practice, supporting Pratham, one of India’s largest education nonprofits; managing the impact evaluation of a remedial education program with the Ghanaian government; and supporting the development of global education research with Innovations for Poverty Action. She taught for six years as a bilingual teacher in Expeditionary Learning (EL Education) public schools in NYC and Oakland. She currently supports teacher preparation programs with Deans for Impact.