More Mindshift updates

21st April 2017

Cheery Friday Greetings to our Learning How to Learners!

We can’t help but send some interesting updates from this week’s round of interviews and reviews related to the launch of Mindshift, plus some other sundry goings’ on.

“What the Teacher of the World’s Most Popular Online Course Has Learned About the Science of Learning”

Here’s an interview with Panio Gianopoulos of Heleo about Learning How to Learn, and how learning occurs.  This interview is worth watching because Panio is a fabulous interviewer who demonstrates mastery of the art.  (Plus, Barb had lots of fun doing it.)  

A Terrific Review of Mindshift

Here’s a review of Mindshift by Kira M. Newman on The Great Good Science Center.  This extensive review really captures the key idea of the book (and the MOOC).

Podcast with Pete Mockaitis

Here’s an interview on Mindshift with podcaster Pete Mockaitis.  Once past the usual initial chitchat about Barb’s past, Pete asks intriguing questions that bring out important ideas not brought out elsewhere.  

Read Science! Mindshift and Learning Edition

Joanne Manaster is a professor who, along with her co-host Jeff Schaumeyer, interviews authors of exciting science-oriented books. Barb will be live on Friday, April 28, at –just follow this link to listen. with her old friend hangout called Read Science!

Terry and Barb both Headlining at EdCog2017 in Hamilton, Ontario

A special treat is in store for you if you’re able to make it to the EdCog Conference, starting the evening of July 26th and continuing through July 27th and 28th.  Both Terry and Barb are giving conference keynote speeches.  This premier educational conference provides a plethora of evidence-based insights by top researchers and practitioners into effective learning. Register here!

MOOC Update

Here are some worthwhile articles by Dhawal Shah on the MOOC-making front:



That’s all for this week. Have a happy week in Learning How to Learn!

Barb, Terry, and the entire Learning How to Learn team
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