Incorporating Noncognitive Strategies to Improve Learning Success

Wednesday, October 31 | 10:45AM–11:30AM MT | Mile High Ballroom 2B/3B, Ballroom Level
Session Type: Industry Led
Delivery Format: Industry and Campus-Led Session
Emerging learning science research suggests that noncognitive factors such as confidence, motivation, grit, procrastination, and mindset are an important part of learning success. In this session, we will explore these findings and discuss what it takes to design learning environments that support both cognitive and noncognitive factors.

Outcomes: Recognize various noncognitive factors that impact students' learning * Understand the various noncognitive factors that impact students' learning * Identify a failure of a noncognitive issue such as procrastination in your students


  • Lalitha Agnihotri

    Senior Learning and Data Scientist, McGraw-Hill Education
  • Alfred Essa

  • Shirin Mojarad

    Data Scientist, McGraw-Hill Education