Advances in Computing, Neuroscience Will Change How Students Learn

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Advances in the science of how the brain learns and in computerized models of human thought processes will not just make their way into education, but will change the way learning happens. That’s the word on the street from Satya Nitta, program director of cognitive computing for education at IBM Research, who shared his thoughts in a session at the annual Educause higher education IT conference in Anaheim on Wednesday, Oct. 26.  “At the intersection of neuroscience and computing, we will transform learning,” he said. Neuroscience research has shown that young children learn rapidly under the age of six and constantly make new neural connections in their brains. That’s why it’s so important to teach these children well at a young age and intervene early with children who…


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