Neuroscientists and Educators Meet at Harvard to Explore What Should Students Learn

On May 1 – 2, 2012 a small working group of neuroscientists, educational researchers and designers, and practitioners convened to explore the curricular implications of leading research in the learning sciences.

The participating group discussed the implications of language development and multiple language acquisition, as well as mathematics development, implications of technology, meta-learning, and more. Please see the synthesis produced from the discussion, along with the agenda. Charles’s presentation can be found on the Slideshare CCR site.