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Tuesday, 20th September, 2022

ABOUT THE WEBINAR SERIES

Science of Learning: The Webinar Series – Accelerate Learning with Cognitive Science

When educators augment the great work they do with practices driven by the science of learning, that’s when the magic really takes off.

At Carnegie Learning, our cognitive scientists, engineers, and instructional designers work every day to understand how our brains learn best so that we can optimize and accelerate learning for all students. In our new webinar series, you’ll learn how to apply today’s rapidly-emerging neuroscience advancements to your classroom.

These webinars will help educators in all disciplines as well as administrators better understand how the science of learning is reshaping education.

Meet the Hosts

Dr. Steve Ritter, Founder and Chief Scientist – Carnegie Learning

Dr. Ritter has been developing, analyzing, and evaluating educational technology for over 20 years. He earned his Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University and was instrumental in developing and evaluating MATHia. He has authored numerous papers on the design, architecture, and evaluation of Intelligent Tutoring Systems and other advanced educational technology. He currently leads the research team at Carnegie Learning, focusing on improving the educational effectiveness of its products and services.

Kyla Stratton, Manager of Professional Learning, Carnegie Learning Zorbit’s

Kyla Stratton is a Manager of Professional Learning (Canada) with Carnegie Learning, coming to us from the Zorbit’s Math team. Focusing on classroom implementation and success, she has been working in the Educational Technology field for the entirety of her professional career and has a special interest in content creation, assessment, and inclusive education. As a student who grew up participating in the beginnings of online and blended learning, Kyla strives to make positive changes to the field as she works on her MEd. in Educational Technology and is dedicated to being a lifelong learner.