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Ian Kelleher

Science Teacher and The Dreyfuss Chair of Research for the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning

Dr. Ian Kelleher is a science teacher at St. Andrew’s and the Dreyfuss Chair of Research for the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning. He spends his days teaching physics and robotics while working on projects that help teachers translate the science of learning into everyday practices in their own classrooms. He is the co-author of Neuroteach, and his latest project is Neuroteach Global—a professional development platform for educators that utilizes the science of learning to teach the science of learning.

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