Claudia Mazziotti received her PhD in 2017 from the Ruhr-Universität Bochum in Germany, working with Nikol Rummel on the development of a tutoring platform and the role of collaborative learning for productive failure.
The Learning Sciences Graduate Student Conference is a two-day forum for emerging voices in the Learning Sciences and related fields to share and develop their ideas. With the aim of expanding apprenticeship, conference attendees will have opportunities to foster a sense of community among graduate students and faculty across Learning Sciences programs and gain fresh […]
We’re happy to announce Professor Katie Headrick Taylor has been named a 2018 National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellow! Taylor studies the digital literacy practices of children, youth, and families from geographically, racially, and socioeconomically diverse communities. Learn more about Katie and all 2018 NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellows
May 23 & 24; June 6, 7, & 27 Alelo is launching a webinar series on the Future of AI in Education and Training. If you are interested in how AI might improve education, learn more and register.
Tuesday, May 22, 4-5 pm ET Join STELAR as we host NSF Program Officers for a webinar to share information about Maker initiatives and NSF funded work in the Maker field. Learn more and register NSF’s strategic fundamental research investments enabled many of the innovations underlying 3-D printing, computer-aided design, geometric modeling and computer-integrated systems. […]
On May 14-21 more than 200 federally funded projects will share short videos of their work aimed at transforming the STEM educational landscape. We invite researchers, practitioners, policy makers and the general public to view videos and discuss them with the presenters online. We look forward to your participation. View all videos tagged with the […]
Danielle McNamara is a psychology professor and Director of the Science of Learning and Educational Technology SoLET lab at Arizona State University.
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Submissions due May 18 “Our ultimate goal is to dramatically improve middle years math instruction (grades 3-9), so that every Black, Latino, and low-income student deeply knows, is able to use, and enjoys math by the time they are in high school.” Learn more about the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Bright Spots RFI and […]
1-2 pages summaries due May 15 The deadline to submit 1-2 page proposals to a special issue of Contemporary Educational Psychology on Mobile Learning is May 15. Guest editors Jeffrey Greene, Helen Crompton and Matt Bernacki look forward to your submissions, and are happy to answer questions about projects that might make suitable contributions. Please […]