How can schools better align their practices with what science says about human learning? A new video series of 20+ videos from Edutopia, featuring Linda Darling-Hammond, president and CEO of Learning Policy Institute, and Pamela Cantor, MD, founder and senior science advisor of Turnaround for Children, pairs research insights with a variety of illustrative strategies from schools, all grounded in the science of human learning and development.
The techniques highlighted are focused on taking advantage of the incredible opportunity to help children reach their full potential by creating positive relationships, experiences, and environments in which every student can thrive. Pairing brain and social science research with exemplary strategies from schools, the videos show how to guide all children to become productive and engaged learners. These practices, which are explicitly designed to integrate social, emotional, and cognitive skills in the classroom, can reverse the damages wrought by childhood trauma and stress—while serving the needs of all students and moving them onto a positive developmental and academic path.
Videos are offered in the following categories:
- Cultivating a Belonging Mindset
- Fostering Positive Relationships
- Building Academic Confidence
- Developing Foundational Skills
- Establishing Positive Conditions for Learning
For more, see https://www.edutopia.org/how-learning-happens