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Tuesday, November 7 • 10:10am - 10:55am
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Making the next great leap forward in improving education requires a new, quantitative approach for instructional methods. By combining science of learning principles, evidence-based research, and large-scale data analysis, we are able to demonstrably improve student learning, productivity and outcomes. Tina Frank will present an example of how she used student data to discover and correct student misconceptions in her Chemistry course at Montour High School. Come learn about how you too can employ learning engineering, this new discipline that is dedicated to bridging the gaps between educational theory and practice while improving both. 

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Michael Bett

Managing Director, Masters of Educational Technology and Applied Learning Science (METALS), Carnegie Mellon University
Michael Bett is currently directing and was instrumental in creating the METALS (Master of Educational Technology and Applied Learning Science) program at Carnegie Mellon University. He served as Managing Director for Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center (LearnLab). LearnLab is a... Read More →

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Norman Bier

Executive Director Simon Initiative; Director, Open Learning Initiative, Carnegie Mellon University
Norman Bier has spent his career at the intersection of learning and technology, working to expand access to and improve the quality of education. He is currently the Executive Director of the Simon Initiative and the Director of the Open Learning Initiative (OLI) at Carnegie Mellon... Read More →

Tina Frank

CHS & AP Chemistry, Montour School District

Tuesday November 7, 2017 10:10am - 10:55am EST