The Neuroscience of Edtech Learning

Friday, March 6 10:30 am–11:20 am
TCC - Skagit 4

How do you distinguish edtech products that sound good from those that actually increase learning? In this talk, we’ll take a look at neuroscience research, the way the brain learns, and the role technology plays as a way to either replicate or enhance learning in the classroom.

Type: 50-minute Session
Focus Area: 1:1, Brain Research/Neuroscience, Online/Blended Learning, STEM/STEAM
Skill Level: All levels

Presented by

Ki Karou Ki Karou, MIND Research Institute

As Director of Product, ST Math Content for MIND Research Institute, Ki Karou leads a team of content designers, artists, and mathematicians building the next generation of ST Math — including innovative classroom solutions. Ki previously served as a game and learning designer. Before joining MIND, he founded Beyond Math, a tutoring and academic coaching service based in Los Angeles. Karou has spoken at SXSWedu and written articles published in Huffington Post. He has a bachelor’s in engineering from the University of California, Berkeley.