Cluster 1: How do people learn in today’s information and technology-rich world?
Cluster 1: How do people learn in today’s information and technology-rich world?
 
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Research Fact Sheets - Cluster 1
How do people learn in today’s information and technology-rich world?


Emotions, Learning, and the Brain
Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, University of Southern California

Re-Educating the Mind
Patricia A. Alexander, University of Maryland

Learning, Innovation, and Ecosystem Integration
Sasha A. Barab, Arizona State University

The Cultural Nature of Learning
Na’ilah Nasir, University of California, Berkeley

Children from “Underserved Minority” Backgrounds Have Strengths for Learning
Barbara Rogoff, University of California, Santa Cruz

Counter-intuitive Findings from the Science of Learning
Micki Chi, Arizona State University

How Students Learn to Read and Write Complex Texts for Success Beyond Schooling
Elizabeth Birr Moje, University of Michigan

Language as an Entry Point for Improving Literacy Skills
Young-Suk Grace Kim, Florida State University

 
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