LearnLab  / Image courtesy of Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center
LearnLab / Image courtesy of Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center

The Science of Learning Center leverages cognitive theory and computational modeling to identify the instructional conditions that cause robust student learning.

Formerly known as the Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center, LearnLab is organized through a partnership between Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Learning, Kaplan and Pearson, and is funded by the National Science Foundation. At LearnLab, we focus on leveraging cognitive theory and computational modeling to identify the instructional conditions that cause robust student learning.

Our researchers study robust learning by conducting in vivo experiments in math, science and language courses. We also support collaborative primary and secondary analysis of learning data through our open data repository, PSLC DataShop, which provides data import and export features as well as advanced visualization, statistical, and data mining tools.

LearnLab was last modified: August 2nd, 2016 by The Sprout Fund