Johns Hopkins University’s, The Hub, featured the Science in Action day, part of the CTTL’s Science of Teaching and School Leadership Academy.
Jill Rosen wrote: “Teachers get up-close view of what research about learning looks like. About 150 educators take part in first-ever Science in Action Day at Johns Hopkins.
Educators from as far away as Africa and as close as Baltimore got a deep dive Wednesday into Johns Hopkins University learning research.
About 150 secondary teachers and administrators spent the day on the university’s Homewood campus for the first-ever Science in Action Day, sponsored by the university’s Science of Learning Institute. They met scientists doing the cutting-edge research that could one day change how they teach.
“Teachers are very interested in scientific findings with potential classroom applications but never have a chance to see for themselves how researchers come to these conclusions,” said Kristin Gagnier, outreach and evaluation specialist at the institute. “What does research about learning look like?””
Read the full story : https://hub.jhu.edu/2017/07/27/science-in-action-learning/