Embodied Cognition, Embodied Learning

Welcome to Embodied Cognition, Embodied Learning: The home of the Translational Learning Sciences Research (TLSR) model for ECEL applications to the classroom. The mission of the site is to promote Embodied Cognition and the resultant Embodied Learning implications. Our mission is to foster scientific interchange among researchers, scholars, and educators in various areas of embodied cognition, including Psychology, Neuroscience, Philosophy, and Education.
Together we will translate excellence in ECEL. TransLatorS foR ExCELlence.

The Authors

Sheila L Macrine, PhD
Jennifer MB Fugate, PhD

The Book

TLSR Model

Translational Learning Sciences Research model
Frontiers in Education

“How intimate are the links between mind, body, and movement? In this important and groundbreaking volume, research on the embodied mind suggests exciting new perspectives on teaching and learning. Essential reading for all those interested in evidence-led approaches to education.”

Andy Clark – Professor of Cognitive Philosophy, University of Sussex; author of Being There and Surfing Uncertainty

Latest Blog Posts:

  • Embodied Cognition for the Classroom
    Embodied Cognition applications for the classroom.  Embodied cognition represents a radical shift in conceptualizing cognitive processes, in which cognition develops through mind-body-environmental interaction. If this supposition is correct, then the conventional style of instruction—in which students sit at […]
  • Movement Matters
    Experts translate the latest findings on embodied cognition from neuroscience, psychology, and cognitive science to inform teaching and learning pedagogy. Embodied cognition represents a radical shift in conceptualizing cognitive processes, in which cognition develops through mind-body environmental interaction. […]