Learning, Cognition, and Development Specialization
Sabrina Kataoka   Jennifer Long
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Learning, Cognition, and Development (LCD)

Learning, Cognition, and Development draws upon a range of disciplinary perspectives, including, but not limited to, developmental and cognitive psychology, learning sciences, and neuroscience to analyze the processes shaping teaching and learning. 

LCD faculty are conducting research in areas such as:

Faculty use large scale data sets, randomized experiments, program evaluation, design research, discourse analysis, case studies, video and classroom-based research, and longitudinal studies.

Teya Rutherford

"I wanted a program that would prepare me for an academic career."
Teya Rutherford, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Educational Psychology, North Carolina State University

Kenneth TaeHan Lee

"I feel eternally grateful to my Tuft's advisor for pushing me to attend the UC Irvine School of Education."
Kenneth TaeHan Lee
Ph.D. Student, Learning, Cognition, and Development Specialization