Harold Rosen Lecture 2015: Investigating the language of learning

This presentation will consider some important lines of inquiry bearing on talk and learning in classrooms before going on to look at how the language of neuroscience is permeating education and potentially changing our understanding of learning and the learner.

The Harold Rosen Lectures are jointly promoted by UKLA, the National Association for the Teaching of English (NATE), and the Digital Arts Research Education (DARE) research collaborative at the UCL Institute of Education.

Find out more about the Harold Rosen Lectures on the DARE website.