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  • Steve Joordens

    Steve Joordens
    Professor of Psychology, University of Toronto, Scarborough, Department of Psychology

    Relevant Affiliations:

    Director of the Advanced Learning Technology Lab, University of Toronto

    Areas of Expertise:
    Consciousness, Memory, & Attention

    Education:
    PhD in Psychology, University of Waterloo

  • Melanie Hayes

    Melanie Hayes

    Founder of Big Minds Unschool, serving Twice Exceptional (2e) students.

    Relevant Affiliation:

    Creating school’s with an emphasis on: a) socio-emotional development that supports both cognitive and creative growth; b) continuously engaging students and teachers in a reciprocal learning process; b) academic work that is inquiry-based, dynamic, and follows student interests

    Areas of Expertise:

    Twenty years of experience teaching, mentoring, coaching, and advocating for 2e children.

    Education:
    MA Gifted Education PhD in Educational Leadership.

  • Robert BjorkRobert Bjork
    Distinguished Professor, University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Psychology

    Relevant Affiliation:
    Learning & Forgetting Lab, UCLA

    Areas of Expertise:
    Human Learning & Memory; Implications of Science of Learning for Instruction

    Education:
    PhD in Psychology, Stanford University

  • Judy WillisJudy Willis
    Neurologist & Educator

    Relevant Affiliation:
    Hawn Foundation; University of California, Santa Barbara

    Area of Expertise:
    Application of Neuroscience to Teaching and Learning

    Education:
    MD in Neurology, UCLA School of Medicine; MA in Education, University of California, Santa Barbara

  • Dr. Beth Halbert

    Expert on Teenage behavior, engagement and academic performance.

    Relevant Affiliation:
    America’s Teenologist

    Areas of Expertise:
    Teenage Development & Learning

    Education:
    PsyD in Clinical Psychologist

  • Joshua AronsonJoshua Aronson
    Professor of Applied Psychology at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.

    Relevant Affiliation:
    The Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools

    Areas of Expertise:
    Social psychology of education; Increasing intelligence, self-control, and social skills; Stereotyping/prejudice; Self-esteem, cognitive dissonance, self-affirmation and learning

    Education:
    MA and PhD in Social Psychology, Princeton University

  • Joshua AronsonKristen Segal
    School Psychologist for Loudon County Public Schools in Virginia, United States.

    Areas of Expertise:
    Cognitive & behavioral assessments; mental health; academic and learning interventions; resilience and risk factors; prevention and intervention services; school-wide practices to promote learning

    Education:
    MA & EdS in School Psychology, Tufts University

  • Joshua AronsonRuba Tabari
    Educational Pychologist

    Areas of Expertise:
    Education and Educational Psychology across the UK and Middle East as well as a experience as a teacher working with inner city youth in London.

    Education:
    DEdPsych; MSc Ed Psych University College London

  • Joshua AronsonCindy Sandler
    Clinial Psychology

    Areas of Expertise:
    Educational Neuropsychology, therapist and subject matter expert in learning, teaching strategies and childhood development. Member of the Maryland Psychological Association’s ethics committee.

    Education:
    Doctorate in Psychology from the University of Maryland, US.

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