Global Science of Learning Education Network Videoconference: Using the Science of Learning as a Disrupter of Structural Inequity
Turnaround for Children Founder and Senior Science Advisor, Pamela Cantor, M.D., took part in the panel discussion, “Using Science of Learning as a Disrupter of Structural Inequity across the World’s Education Systems,” hosted by the Global Science of Learning Education Network. GSoLEN’s mission is to achieve maximum worldwide benefit from science-based strategies designed to meet the learning needs of our global future and to overcome the impact of systemic inequities on learning.
Dr. Cantor was joined by teacher educator and author, Zaretta Hammond; American Institutes for Research Vice President and Institute Fellow, David Osher; University of Limpopo‘s Themane Mahlapahlapana; and education consultant and Chief Research Officer at Michael Fullan Enterprises, Santiago Rincon-Gallardo. The panel explored how the science of learning and development can be put into practices that disrupt structural inequity across the world’s education systems to help all students thrive, no matter where in the world they live and learn.
View a recording of the full discussion here.
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