Talk by David Lightfoot

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Talk by David Lightfoot

Talk by Lim

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Lecturer Lim leads a discussion on the Science of Learning Centers sponsored by the National Science Foundation, what they do, what are their purpose and goals, and how they are implemented in assisting a new generation of individuals expand their education and build on it.

Talk by Jennifer Husbands

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Talk by Jennifer Husbands

Talk by Kathleen Paliokas

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Talk by Kathleen Paliokas

Talk by Eric Jensen

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Eric Jensen talks about the importance of scientist-educator conventions and of studies regarding the correlation of socialization to learning.

Talk by Michael Dabney

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Talk by Michael Dabney

Talk by Diamond

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Professor Diamond talks about the importance of play in a child's development of executive functions such as inhibitory control, working memory, and cognitive flexibility, as can be seen through a program called "Tools of the Mind," based on the theories of psychologists Lev Vygotski and Alexander Luria.

Talk by Barbara Edwards

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Talk by Barbara Edwards

Talk by Nancy Farnan

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Talk by Nancy Farnan

Panel Discussion: Children

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Panel Discussion: Children