Understanding children's learning in the real world

This is a hybrid event.

The scientific method encourages us to isolate and test possible causes for behaviours one at a time. This leads to the creation of very rigorous but perhaps deceptively simple explanations of how learning is embedded in a complex real-world setting. In this talk, I will describe a series of work in which we have tried to move away from the well-controlled lab setting to more complex multi-sensory, multi-dimensional, and multi individual paradigms to address how children leverage different sources of information in parallel to achieve their learning goals. If time permits, I will also discuss lessons learnt from taking interventions developed in rigorous lab conditions into the real-word classrooms.

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