May 26, 2019
Dr. Jared Cooney Horvath,
@jchorvath is an educator and researcher with expertise in the
areas of cognitive neuroscience, biological psychology, brain
simulation, the learning sciences, and effective teaching/learning
- There is 1 learning process!
- It is the same for everyone.
- You don’t differentiate so students learn differently, you
differentiate so students engage differently.
- If you want to learn something you have to engage in it, but
not too much!
- Attenborough effect.
- Science of learning and craft of teaching.
- Thinking principle
- Learning principle - all learning has to begin with facts.
- Semantic memories for the key 10 or 15 facts. Three episodic
memories for a fact.
- Episodic memories vs. semantic memories.
- All starting of learning builds episodic memories.
- How we use inquiry wrong in education.
- Surface learning is semantic facts. Binary.
- Conceptualization - how are you going to organize your facts.
Forming a concept. Can’t be binary.
- Contextually emergent skills.
- Fear of failure
- Learning resilience
- Education gives you experience in learning.
- How to be a transformative principal? People who you don’t
really know what they think at the end, because they are trying to
get you to question your own assumptions.