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Learning Sciences is an interdisciplinary field that draws primarily on psychological and social theories to study how learning and teaching can be facilitated with and without technology in both formal and informal settings and throughout the lifespan.
The McGill Learning Sciences program places emphasis on four core and interrelated areas:
Cognition, learning and instruction; Self-regulation, motivation and emotion; Technology rich learning environments; and Social, cultural and historical foundations of learning.
Under the general rubric of Educational Psychology, McGill offers three degrees with a Learning Sciences concentration: M.Ed., M.A., and Ph.D.
These programs attract students from a wide variety of educational backgrounds, including:
Undergraduate and graduate degrees in Science (e.g., Psychology, Neuroscience, Computer science, etc.), Education, Arts (Sociology, Psychology, etc.) and Engineering.
The aim of the MA Educational Psychology, Learning Sciences concentration is to produce graduates who:
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1. Letters of Reference (3)
2. Statement of Research Interest and Preferred Supervisor(s)
3. Provide references & upload supporting documents
6. Personal Statement
7. Proof of English language proficiency
An undergraduate degree in education, psychology, or another field relevant to the proposed studies in Educational Psychology. It is recommended that some prior study of a relevant branch of psychology form part of the undergraduate training. Minimum CGPA of 3.0 out of a 4.0 or higher in undergraduate studies.
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