2017 International Science of Learning Conference (Sep 18-20, Brisbane, Australia)

September 18-20, Brisbane, Australia


The International Science of Learning Conference will be held in Brisbane, Sep 18-20. This is relevant for anyone from psychology, cognitive neuroscience, or education with an interest in the scientific study of learning, particularly in early-childhood, school, and higher-education contexts. This conference is hosted by the ARC Australian Science of Learning Research Centre.

Speakers include:
Professor Andrew Meltzoff, Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences, University of Washington
A/Professor Paul Dux, School of Psychology, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Dr Mmantsetsa Marope, International Bureau of Education, UNESCO, Geneva, Switzerland
Professor John Hattie, Melbourne Educational Research Institute, University of Melbourne, Australia
Professor Nancy Law, Centre for Information Technology in Education, University of Hong Kong
Professor Roberto Lent, Brazilian Network for Science in Education, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Dr John Iversen, Institute for Neural Computation and Human Development, UCSF, USA

Website: events.slrc.org.au
Facebook: www.facebook.com/slrc.edu.au/

Submit abstracts here: events.slrc.org.au/posters-and-abstracts/

** Deadline for abstracts for presentation: 30th June

The 2017 International Science of Learning Conference will provide an opportunity for cognitive and brain researchers, educational researchers, and neuroscientists to present and share their latest research findings into the science for learning and for education, to discuss what these findings mean across the respective disciplines from cognitive and brain research to education, and to consider the challenge of how these findings may be applied in learning and education. Hosted by the ARC Australian Science of Learning Research Centre.

For enquiries, email Conference Chair, Professor Ross Cunnington: r.cunnington@uq.edu.au