Kuhn TwT2011

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These slides are from a talk I gave recently at the USC Teaching with Technology conference. My panel specifically dealt with some of the ways in which recent research in neuroscience and cognitive studies impacts education. Media scholars ought to concern themselves with brain science since we know that what we see impacts brain function as well as its formation (via neuroplasticity).

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    1. 1. virginia kuhn Tmind, brain, education vkuhn@usc.edu w 3 may 2011 Tdigital-era disciplines?do currentdisciplinaryboundaries(still) make sense?
    2. 2. virginia kuhn Tdigital pedagogy vkuhn@usc.edu w iml.usc.educompetent control of the semiotic resources Tlearning viamultiple modes visual aural textual systems interface research
    3. 3. virginia kuhn T vkuhn@usc.eduteaching + tools w iml.usc.educompetent control of the semiotic resources T filmic texts http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/14.2/interviews/kuhn/index.html
    4. 4. virginia kuhn Tneuroscience + cognition vkuhn@usc.edu w iml.usc.eduin digital + media studies Tthe role of affectin learninglogospathosethos http://scalar.usc.edu/anvc/kuhn/
    5. 5. virginia kuhn T vkuhn@usc.eduneuroscience + cognition w iml.usc.eduin digital + media studies Tpsychicnumbing andactivism Text http://scalar.usc.edu/anvc/kuhn/student-project-and-the-case-of-youssif?path=filmic-texts
    6. 6. virginia kuhn T vkuhn@usc.edu w iml.usc.eduacademia.edu | facebook for academics Tsocial networking:critical engagement
    7. 7. virginia kuhn T vkuhn@usc.edu wthank you!! T

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