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Administrators

Robb Lindgren, Director, TIER-ED and Associate Professor, Curriculum and Instruction

STEM Learning Technologies Design, Augmented Reality

Steering Committee

William Trent, Professor, Education Policy, Organization, and Leadership

Members

Jenny Amos, Teaching Associate Professor, Bioengineering

Robert Baird, Associate Director, Instructional spaces and technologies

Nigel Bosch, Assistant Professor, iSchool

statistics and machine learning to model emotion, engagement, and learning, automatic emotion detection from facial expressions, measurement of emotion during computer programming education;

Nicholas Burbules, Professor, Education Policy, Organization and Leadership

new technologies in education; virtual reality; collaboration; dialogue and "third spaces."

Nathan Castillo, Assistant Professor, Education Policy, Organization and Leadership

Bill Cope, Professor, Education Policy, Organization and Leadership

Jennifer Cromley, Associate Professor, Educational Psychology

LMS-based educational interventions, meta-analysis of learning with multimedia; https://www.cromleylab.org/

Catherine Dornfeld, Assistant Professor

Collaboration and learning with people, tools, and technology in formal and informal learning environments, distributed scaffolding, influence of social and cultural factors on learning

Geoffrey Herman, Teaching Associate Professor, Computer Science

how students learn engineering and computing concepts and studying processes for creating systemic change in how engineering and computer science are taught in college settings;

Denice Hood, Teaching Associate Professor, Education Policy, Organization and Leadership

Barbara Hug, Teaching Associate Professor, Curriculum and Instruction

Mary Kalantzis, Professor, Education Policy, Organization and Leadership

Daniel Katz, Research Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering

citation and credit mechanisms and practices associated with software and data, organization and community practices for collaboration and career paths for computing researchers

Kyungwon Koh, Associate Professor, iSchool

Youth learning, agency/empowerment, and community engagement through libraries, museums, schools, and other community organizations; information literacy; the maker movement in libraries and education

Stina Krist, Assistant Professor, Curriculum and Instruction

H Chad Lane, Associate Professor, Educational Psychology

Technology-enhanced informal learning, AI and education, educational games, pedagogical agents, interest and engagement in STEM learning, creative problem solving

Amy LaViers, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Science and Engineering

Leon Liebenberg, Teaching Associate Professor, Mechanical Science and Engineering

Rachel Magee, Assistant Professor, iSchool

youth technology practices

Emma Mercier, Associate Professor, Curriculum and Instruction

Sean Mullen, Associate Professor, Kinesiology and Community Health

incorporation of Lab incorporation of tech in cognitive and behavioral assessment; cognitive and movement-based interventions; exercisetechlab.com

Luc Paquette, Assistant Professor, Curriculum and Instruction

George Reese, Director, MSTE

Partnering with schools to implement technology-supported mathematics and science education

Christopher Seals, Assistant Professor, Veterinary Clinical Medicine

motivational factors in learning, pedagogical scope of instructors to explore innovative and modern teaching practices to reach varied learners, STEM teacher practices, psychological interventions and professional development impacting achievement and motivation of both students and teachers

Leona Su, Assistant Professor, Communication

Kevin Wise, Professor, Advertising

psychology underlying interactive media use

Mike Yao, Professor, Digital Media

Technology mediated social behavior