Education, Learning, and Brain Sciences (E-LaBS) Research Collaborative
Drexel University School of Education
E-LaBS brings together interdisciplinary faculty, researchers, administrators, and students from across Drexel University and higher education institutions worldwide who are committed to teaching and learning through innovative pedagogical and andragogical approaches that support lifelong and lifewide learning across dynamic educational and training environments. E-LaBS focuses research on how the brain processes information throughout learning and across modalities to support instruction, instructional design, and enable personalized and adaptive learning building upon the Learning Sciences and Mind, Brain, and Education Science.
E-LaBS is engaged in diverse research projects within the School of Education, across Drexel University, and with national/international organizations.
For more information, please visit the E-LaBS website.
E-LaBS research team members, research assistants, Drexel Partners, and global network include:
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Recent Research Studies
Betts, K., Miller, M., Tokuhama-Espinosa, T., Shewokis, P., Anderson, A., Borja, C., Galoyan, T., Delaney, B., Eigenauer, J., & Dekker, S. (2019, October). International report: Neuromyths and evidence-based practices in higher education. Online Learning Consortium: Newburyport, MA.
Galoyan, T. (2019). Multidisciplinary investigation into neurocognitive basis of problem-solving transfer and implications for pedagogy: A mixed-methods study (Doctoral dissertation, Drexel University).