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Kaplan’s Chief Learning Officer Discusses How Technology and Learning Science Can Improve Education Outcomes



  Kaplan’s Chief Learning Officer Discusses How Technology and Learning
  Science Can Improve Education Outcomes

   Bror Saxberg Joins Bill Gates and Sal Khan on Education Innovation Panel
                         Moderated by Walter Isaacson

Business Wire

NEW YORK -- May 21, 2012

“We are at the intersection of education, technology and learning science and
ready to go forward,” explained Dr. Bror Saxberg, Chief Learning Officer at
Kaplan, Inc., speaking at the Microsoft CEO Summit on a panel about Innovation
in Education.

Saxberg discusses how the pace of learning should be adapted to individual
student needs; how most subject matter experts are only able to share a
portion of their knowledge effectively, limiting the effectiveness of many
instructors when they teach or design courses; and the role that cognitive
science and technology can play in improving learning outcomes.

Saxberg’s comments were delivered at Microsoft’s 16^th Annual CEO Summit held
last week in Redmond, WA. He was part of a panel discussion moderated by
Walter Isaacson, President and CEO of the Aspen Institute, and joined by Bill
Gates, Chairman of the Microsoft Corp. and Co-Chair of the Bill and Melinda
Gates Foundation, and Sal Khan, founder of Khan Academy.

The session entitled, “Innovation in Education,” can be viewed by linking to:
http://www.thegatesnotes.com/Topics/Education/Microsoft-CEO-Summit-Innovation-in-Education/

Contact:

Kaplan, Inc.
Mark Harrad, 212-974-6231
Mark.harrad@kaplan.com
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