Incorporating Noncognitive Strategies to Improve Learning Success - Sponsored by CloudEnablers

Tuesday, January 30 | 9:15AM–10:00AM CT | Grand Ballroom - Acadia, Third Floor
Session Type: Featured Session
Delivery Format: Featured Session
An increasing body of research in learning science indicates the importance of noncognitive factors (e.g., confidence, motivation, grit, procrastination, and mindset) for learner success. In this session, we will review the research literature and give practical guidance on designing learning environments that support both cognitive and noncognitive factors.

Outcomes: Explore the various noncognitive factors that impact students' learning * Learn how to design messages that are effective at nudging students to make better choices * Apply methods to identify a failure of a noncognitive issue (e.g., procrastination)


  • Lalitha Agnihotri

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

  • Shirin Mojarad

    Data Scientist, McGraw Hill Education