Virtual event

Powerful Teaching:
Unleash the
Science of Learning

Cognitive scientist Dr. Pooja Agarwal will help reshape learning in your classroom with evidence-based teaching strategies designed to enhance engagement and belonging for your students.

November 4th
2:00PM EDT

Powerful Teaching: Unleash the Science of Learning

Cognitive scientist Dr. Pooja Agarwal will help reshape learning in your classroom with evidence-based teaching strategies designed to enhance engagement and belonging for your students.

November 4th 2:00PM EDT

Insights into how we learn have exploded over the past 20 years. Yet progress in applying cognitive science to the classroom has been slow at best. Dr. Pooja Agarwal wants to change this by offering simple, researched-backed ideas you can use to boost student confidence and success.

Drawing on specific examples, actionable strategies and tips for real-world applications, Dr. Agarwal will bridge the gap between cognitive science and the classroom. If you’re looking for accessible ideas to transform learning, this is the webinar for you.

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Join us to learn

  • Why effective teaching doesn’t have to be fancy, novel,
    complicated—or labor-intensive
  • The four evidence-based ‘power tools’ every instructor needs
  • Simple activities like ‘Retrieval Warm-Ups,’ ‘Two Things’ and ‘Brain Dumps’ that make learning stick
  • How science-based teaching strategies reduce anxiety and boost confidence for diverse students
Dr. Agarwal book

Powerful Teaching: Unleash the Science of Learning

Dr. Agarwal and co-author Patricia M. Bain decipher cognitive science research to illustrate easy-to-implement ideas proven to boost student learning and raise achievement.

 

About the Speaker

Dr. Pooja K. Agarwal is an author, cognitive scientist and assistant professor of psychology at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. She’s also the founder of RetrievalPractice.org. Dr. Agarwal’s research on the science of learning has been published in leading journals, highlighted in the New York Times, NPR, Scientific American, Education Week and recognized by the National Science Foundation. She is the co-author of Powerful Teaching: Unleash the Science of Learning.