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CRTV 608 Neuropedagogy and Assessment 3.0 Credits

This course explores the connections between neuropedagogy, the learning sciences, and Mind, Brain, and Education science, and creative thinking. Evidence-based practices are examined including metacognition, Universal Design for Learning, spacing, interleaving, cognitive load, and feedback. Students are introduced to formative, interim, and summative assessment as well as technology platforms, tools, and applications that support mastery and transfer of learning. Students demonstrate their understanding of neuroplasticity, neuropedoagogy, creative problem solving, and assessment through interactive real-world projects across educational and workforce environments.

College/Department: School of Education
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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