Learning Sciences Exchange: Innovative Ways to Communicate the Science of Early Learning Premieres August 26

For the past two years, the Learning Sciences Exchange (LSX) fellows program has brought together 12 experts in Europe and North America across disciplines—research, policy, journalism, and entertainment—to design innovative projects innovative projects that translate childhood development research for parents, educators, and the public. Watch them showcase their ground-breaking work, ask them questions about their projects, and join New America, the International Congress on Infant Studies, and the Jacobs Foundation in an interactive discussion on why it is critical to elevate and improve early learning and science communication.Agenda:Welcome & Introduction to the Learning Sciences Exchange (LSX)Anne-Marie Slaughter, @SlaughterAMChief Executive Officer, New AmericaLisa Guernsey, @LisaGuernseyDirector of Teaching, Learning, and Technology, New AmericaKathy Hirsh-Pasek, @KathyandRo1Professor and Director of the Infant Language Laboratory, Temple UniversityRoberta Golinkoff, @KathyandRo1Professor and Director of the Child’s Play, Learning, and Development Lab, University of DelawareUrs Arnold, @DrUrsVArnoldChief Operating Officer, Jacobs FoundationPanel Discussion: The Science Communication ImperativeMadeline di Nonno, @madelinedinonnoChief Executive Officer, The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in MediaJoan Lombardi, @joan_lombardiDirector, Early OpportunitiesRalph Smith, @readingby3rdManaging Director, The Campaign for Grade-Level ReadingAnya Kamenetz, @anya1anya (moderator)Education Correspondent, NPRIntroduction to Inaugural LSX Fellows’ ProjectsLisa Guernsey, @LisaGuernseyDirector of Teaching, Learning, and Technology, New AmericaGroup #1 PresentationRob Carpenter, @RobertMarkCarp1LSX Entertainment FellowDirector, USC Media Institute for Social ChangeSujata Gupta, @sujataguptaLSX Journalism FellowFreelance Science Journalist, New ScientistLisa Scott, @lisascottbcdLSX Research FellowAssociate Professor of Psychology, University of FloridaKatie Whitehouse, @katielianetxLSX Policy FellowSenior Legislative Assistant, Council of the District of ColumbiaAudience Q&AGroup #2 PresentationCatherine de Lange, @catdlLSX Journalism FellowEditor, New ScientistMegan McClelland, @meganmcclellan8LSX Research FellowProfessor of Healthy Children and Families, Oregon State UniversityJanna Pahnke, @KleineForscherLSX Policy FellowHead of Research and Monitoring, Stiftung Haus der kleinen ForscherJill Shinderman, @BarclaySqrMediaLSX Entertainment FellowPrincipal, Barclay Square MediaAudience Q&AGroup #3 PresentationMelissa Hogenboom, @melissasuzannehLSX Journalism FellowEditor, BBC Reel at BBC Global News LimitedSacha Kyle, @sachakyleLSX Entertainment FellowDirector and Creator of Children’s Content and MediaMeredith RoweLSX Research FellowProfessor, Harvard Graduate School of EducationElizabeth Shuey, @OECDEduSkillsLSX Policy FellowPolicy Analyst, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)Audience Q&AOpen DiscussionConcluding Remarks
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