Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development, OISE/University of Toronto
This short talk will look at the next generation of computing technology and education. The newly developing ability for computers to monitor the emotional state and physical well-being of the learner, in real-time, allows the educational psychologist to re-examine the relationship between learning and emotions. Improving the understanding of emotion/learning relationship has to potential improve the learning experience--this is especially true for students experiencing learning anxiety. Professor Woodruff will discuss the notion of academic confusion and its unexpected impact upon deep learning and math anxiety.
Bio: Earl Woodruff is Chair of the Department of Applied Psychology Human Development and cross-appointed to the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. He is a trained cognitive scientist, and a seminal researcher in the field of educational technology and is extremely knowledgeable about online discourse environments. He has published papers on knowledge building, math and science education, writing research, and the role of discourse in knowledge construction. Currently, he is researching the role of emotions in learning.上一条： 【已结束】北京师范大学-广岛大学博士生论坛 下一条： 暂无下一条新闻