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Upcoming Webinar for J-WEL Members: The Science of Learning with Jeff Dieffenbach

Jeff Dieffenbach

 

We are pleased to announce a webinar offering for J-WEL members, entitled “The Science of Learning," to be held twice this month - Thursday, November 8 and Friday, November 16. Both webinars will run from 9:00-10:00 a.m. Eastern US Time. 

 

Webinar Description

Jeff Dieffenbach, Associate Director of the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili), will share the latest research on the science of learning with the J-WEL community. MITili funds, connects, and disseminates transformational MIT research investigating learning effectiveness across pK-12, higher education, and workplace learning.

During the webinar, Jeff will introduce the idea of the science of learning, then share a series of specific findings. In a mix of breakout and full group conversations, we will discuss examples of where participants have delivered or seen examples of these findings. We will also brainstorm on how some of these findings might be used to create future learning experiences.  

 

Register for the webinar

J-WEL members were sent information on how to register for this webinar in an email announcement. If you did not receive any communication from us and believe this is an error, please email us at jwel AT mit dot edu and we will work to resolve the issue. 

We also have a number of videos available to members on the science of learning in our library. Take a minute and browse our collection! We're always adding new content. Please note that you need an account to view many of the videos; if you are a member and need an account created please email us. 

We hope you can join us for either or both of the webinars.

 

About Jeff Dieffenbach

Previously, Jeff has served in senior product management, business development, sales, and marketing roles across a range of education companies: online teacher professional development provider Medallion Learning; education consulting firm Consulting Services for Education; workplace learning/software company Global Project Design: large publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; mid-sized publisher Cambium Learning, and reading software publisher Lexia Learning.

In parallel with his education work, Jeff served for ten years as an elected school board member in a suburban town west of Boston and for six years on the advisory board of HILL for Literacy, which develops and deploys sustainable literacy programs in K-12 school districts. Prior to entering the field of education, he led business development for a boutique management consulting firm. Jeff has master's degrees in Technology and Policy and in Materials Engineering from MIT.