The Science of Learning in the Creative Classical Classroom


by
Annie Bullock June 28, 2015


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2015

ABSTRACT:

The best teaching takes the human mind and its development into account. In particular, understanding how we think and the way we form memories, and thus learn, is an essential foundation for good teaching. This seminar will explore research in the science of memory and cognition and offer suggestions for how that knowledge can be creatively integrated into the classical classroom.


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Classical Education Classroom Learning Memory Pedagogy Research


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Annie Bullock
Annie Bullock lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and three children. She is a humanities instructor at Regents School of Austin, where she teaches Apologetics and Literature classes. She holds a Master’s in Theological Studies and PhD in Religion, both from Emory University.

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