Conference on Embodied Cognition

I’m excited to be able to participate at a conference this October entitled: Cognition: Embodied, Embedded, Enactive, Extended. The title of my paper/talk is “Embodiment and the Learning Sciences: Taking the body seriously when designing learning environments and technologies.” Some well respected names in philosophy, AI, and embodied cognition will be keynoting/speaking there such as Andy Clark, Dan Hutto, and Marks Rowlands. Unfortunately there are no abstracts or papers for the conference available online, at least not yet, but a program is now available. Also, here again is a pdf list of readings related to embodied cognition and education.

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