SCIENCE SUNDAYS: Educational Neuroscience — How the Brain Supports Learning in Children and Adolescents

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Laurie E. Cutting
April 14, 2019
3:00PM - 5:00PM
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Ohio Union U.S. Bank Conference Theatre

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Add to Calendar 2019-04-14 15:00:00 2019-04-14 17:00:00 SCIENCE SUNDAYS: Educational Neuroscience — How the Brain Supports Learning in Children and Adolescents Time: 3-5 p.m. Event Host: College of Arts and Sciences Short Description: Vanderbilt University's Laurie E. Cutting presents an overview of the emerging field of educational neuroscience and the insights it can offer into neurobiological processes related to education. What are the neural mechanisms of reading, mathematics, attention and other learning and communication processes? Educational neuroscience draws upon cognitive neuroscience, education and psychology to answer these questions and to examine other neurobiological processes related to education. Vanderbilt University's Laurie E. Cutting provides an overview of this emerging field and the insights it can offer, using reading development as an exemplar and examining how neurobiological approaches inform and refine our understanding of how to identify and treat reading difficulties. Laurie E. Cutting is the Patricia and Rodes Hart Professor at Vanderbilt University; Associate Director of the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center; and a Senior Scientist at Haskins Laboratories. Her work focuses on brain-behavior relations in children and adolescents. Science Sundays is a free public lecture series offered and supported by The Ohio State University College of Arts and Sciences and its sponsoring science centers. Speakers are leading experts in their fields dedicated to making their work interesting and accessible for audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Science Sundays brings leading-edge work directly to the public with lectures covering diverse topics in science, arts and technology that touch our everyday lives. Each lecture is from 3-4 p.m. at the Ohio Union U.S. Bank Conference Theatre, followed by a free, informal reception from 4-5 p.m. at the Ohio Staters Traditions Room in the Ohio Union. Additional information >> Ohio Union U.S. Bank Conference Theatre College of Arts and Sciences asccomm@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Time: 3-5 p.m.
Event Host: College of Arts and Sciences
Short Description: Vanderbilt University's Laurie E. Cutting presents an overview of the emerging field of educational neuroscience and the insights it can offer into neurobiological processes related to education.


What are the neural mechanisms of reading, mathematics, attention and other learning and communication processes? Educational neuroscience draws upon cognitive neuroscience, education and psychology to answer these questions and to examine other neurobiological processes related to education. Vanderbilt University's Laurie E. Cutting provides an overview of this emerging field and the insights it can offer, using reading development as an exemplar and examining how neurobiological approaches inform and refine our understanding of how to identify and treat reading difficulties.

Laurie E. Cutting is the Patricia and Rodes Hart Professor at Vanderbilt University; Associate Director of the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center; and a Senior Scientist at Haskins Laboratories. Her work focuses on brain-behavior relations in children and adolescents.


Science Sundays is a free public lecture series offered and supported by The Ohio State University College of Arts and Sciences and its sponsoring science centers. Speakers are leading experts in their fields dedicated to making their work interesting and accessible for audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Science Sundays brings leading-edge work directly to the public with lectures covering diverse topics in science, arts and technology that touch our everyday lives.

Each lecture is from 3-4 p.m. at the Ohio Union U.S. Bank Conference Theatre, followed by a free, informal reception from 4-5 p.m. at the Ohio Staters Traditions Room in the Ohio Union.

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