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Enhancing

Educational Opportunities for All

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Advancing

Knowledge about the Science of Learning

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Partnering

with Educators to Accelerate Improvement

Tim Nokes-Malach and research group

Preparing

the Next Generation of Learning Researchers

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Contributing

to Pitt, Pittsburgh, and the Well-being of our Region

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Connecting

at Home and Abroad

LRDC Mission

Understanding learning. Improving education.

The Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC) is dedicated to advancing knowledge about the science of learning and improving education practice and opportunities for all.

Five Dimensions of Our Mission »

Addressing Complex Challenges in Teaching & Learning...

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Our Research

Dr. Nokes-Malach and research group

Research Training

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Education Improvement

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Equity

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Connections & Contributions

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Alumni

Our Research Areas

Cognitive & Neural Foundations of Learning Developmental Processes & Outcomes Educational Opportunities, Equity, & Attainment Improvement Research in Education Informal & Life-long Learning Learning Technology Motivation & Engagement Reading & Language Reasoning, Decision Making, & Argumentation STEM connectivity icon

Events

Jan

21

Introduction to Research Data Management

11:00AM-NOON

Learn the fundamentals of keeping your data secure and organized through brief introductions to the core areas of data management: file storage and organization, file documentation, data preservation, and data publication and/or data sharing. Register for the Data Management Session and find out more information here.

Jan

24

Learning Science and Engineering Seminar

4:30-5:30PM, ONLINE

Join Chinmay Kulkarni, Carnegie Mellon University, for their talk "Systems for Learning in a Computationally-Mediated Future of Work." Find the zoom link for the seminar here.

Jan

24

dB-SERC lunch discussion

NOON-1PM, ONLINE

During this lunch discussion, Dr. Ben Rottman from the Psychology Department will lead his third course transformation discussion on flipped online classrooms for Research Methods in Psychology. Sign up for the dB-SERC lunch discussion here.

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