From Sam Melvin ’13:
Are you interested in psychology? Cognitive development? Language acquisition? Sign languages? Deafness and deaf education?
Come hear Dr. Marie Coppola of UConn speak about Nicaraguan Sign Language, homesign, and how these kinds of communication influence development and outcomes later in life.
Date: Today, Feb 19
Time: 4:15-5:30 p.m.
Place: Judd 116
From Andy Ribner ’14:
If you have an interest in research, human cognition, teaching, or the broad institution of education, there is a talk that will suit YOU on Friday!
Dr. Massey is the director of PENNlincs at UPenn. From their site: “PENNlincs is a research and development group that links recent theory and research in cognitive science to education efforts in public schools, cultural institutions, and higher education. Our grant-funded projects span a variety of activities including basic and applied research in student learning, development of instructional materials and learning technology, and professional development for teachers. We support partnerships connecting the cognitive science research community at the Institute for Research in Cognitive Science with K-12 and informal education as well as undergraduate and graduate education.”
Date: Friday, December 7
Time: 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Place: Judd 113