In this excerpt of his lecture on Working Memory Todd Rose speaks about strategies for using/not over-using working memory in education, presenting the role of working memory as a skill towards building goal-oriented behavior.

Todd Rose is a scientist at CAST (non-profit organization) and a faculty member at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where he teaches Educational Neuroscience. His work is organized around four themes: human variability; interdisciplinary thinking; the synergistic relationship between neuroscience and technology in education; and the application of dynamic systems models to the study of behavior, learning, and development.

view full lecture here: vimeo.com/7670864

Related links:
Todd Rose: Myth of the Average: Variability Matters / Ross Institute Summer Academy 2012 (Full Lecture)
vimeo.com/53939543

Todd Rose: Myth of the Average - Variability Matters / Ross Institute Summer Academy 2012 (Excerpt)
vimeo.com/53644665

cast.org/about/staff/trose.html

rossinstitute.org
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Ross Institute / Ross School
East Hampton, NY

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