Learning sciences postbaccalaureate certificate
Shape your teaching and research through better understanding of how people learn
As a student in our learning sciences certificate program, you’ll study learning theories, methodologies, designs, and evidence-based practices central to teaching and conducting research that supports the learning process. You’ll take courses in educational psychology, curriculum and instruction, computer science, and broader areas of education and human development. Throughout your coursework, you’ll explore how individuals learn and develop across educational, social, cultural, and technological contexts. This understanding will help you inform effective and equitable educational research, instruction, and policies.
Affiliate faculty, Learning Informatics Lab
Distinguished McKnight University Professor, Guy Bond Chair in Reading
Program coordinator, psychological foundations of education
Associate vice provost, Office of Equity and Diversity