PRESENTED BY DANIEL BERCH
Dr. Daniel B. Berch is a Professor of Educational Psychology and Applied Developmental Science at the University of Virginia's Curry School of Education.
has taught university-level courses on working memory and has published articles for researchers and practitioners on the role of attention and working memory in student learning and achievement.
In addition, he
has given talks at international conferences on these topics and has held workshops on working memory for middle school classroom teachers, special educators, math educators, administrators, and school psychologists.
Based on his
writings and professional talks, he
was recently invited to participate in an international conference on training strategies for improving working memory.