Eat Dim Sum, build multimedia language lessons, and win prizes!
I presented my paper, “To Know Is Not Important: an exploration of knowledge and equality” at the AERA conference in Vancouver. Read a little bit about the conference session, and then move on to the full paper. Continue reading
Why the NYC Panel for Educational Policy (PEP) Must Go The Occupy Wall Street movement has ignited our social imagination and helped form a coalition of the 99%. Some of the enemies of the 99% are easy to spot: housing … Continue reading
Wednesday, October 12, 2:30PM @ The Adelphi Manhattan Center, Room 263 I’m very excited to host a talk by Mike Neary and Joss Winn who are in town this week for the Mobility Shifts conference. Professors Neary and Winn talk … Continue reading
I’m proposing to teach a new design course, based on a digital studio pedagogy. All students will work in pairs on one semester long project. In it, we’ll look at cases of multimedia learning, read some instructional and interaction design … Continue reading