Harvard University,  FAS
Spring 1999

Learning and Teaching Courses: T560

Neuropsychology and Instructional Design: Meeting the Challenge of Individual Differences

David Rose

Half course; spring, Tuesday, 7:00-9:00 pm.

Modern Computer technology and digital media hold great promise for creating curricula that are challenging and supportive for all students. In this course, research from neuropsychology, cognitive science, and disability form a background for understanding the needs of many different kinds of learners, and for understanding the limitations and capabilities inherent in old and new media. Students will work together, learning to use the power of new media to adapt and create curricula that are more responsive to individual differences in general, and more inclusive of children with disabilities in particular. Background in instructional technology is not required. >


For more Information please contact: David Howard Rose
URL: http://www.courses.fas.harvard.edu/~gset560

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