The Science of Learning: What Every Teacher Should Know - Free online course launching March 7, 2018
Featuring professors Pearl Rock Kane and Kevin Mattingly, this free, massive online open course (MOOC) explores how current cognitive science can inform teaching and learning. Learn more and register today for the March 6 start.
4th Annual Klingenstein Seminar Series at NAIS Annual Conference in Atlanta - March 7, 2018, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Successful Negotiations: Navigating Conflict, Collaboration and Difficult Conversations featuring Professor Michelle Greenberg-Kobrin
Ticket Required: $25, Register for the seminar as part of your conference registration
Klingenstein Reception at NAIS Annual Conference in Atlanta - March 8, 2018, 6:30 pm - 8:30pm
Join us at The Center for Civil and Human Rights to reconnect with old friends and meet fellow alumni. RSVP Today.
Klingenstein 40th Anniversary Celebration - April 21, 2018
Save the date to celebrate four decades of the Klingenstein Center and honor Pearl Rock Kane at the American Museum of Natural History. Tickets $125. Registration will open soon.
Workshop - The Science of Learning: Practical Implications for Instruction - May 4-5
Register today for this two-day workshop to be held at Teachers College, Columbia University. Building on the foundation of the EdX MOOC described above, this course will further explore how teachers can apply cognitive science research to improve student learning.