EdLab @ AERA

My colleagues and I look like we will be quite busy at this year’s AERA here in NYC (March 24-28). Our presentations include:

Perspective on Technology, Learning, and Society

In preparing for the doctoral certification exam in CCTE, I took the time to articulate my perspective on technology, learning and society. I first elucidate the notion of situated learning, followed by how technology works in relationship with this theoretical prospective, followed by ways of intervening to take advantage of this relationship.

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Teaching the Levees @ NCSS

I am going to be presenting this Friday the EdLab’s work on the Teaching the Levees project at the National Council for the Social Studies with a few members of TC’s Social Studies Program. I’m looking forward to seeing the keynote by Sandra Day O’Connor (at least I think I am- I haven’t been following her activities very closely recently). Below you will find the slides from our presentation- should be interesting!

Consumption in Second Life

I am currently working on a project for the Consumer Behavior course I am taking at Columbia Business School which looks to understand the factors that influence consumption in Second Life. Unfortunately, I have no data yet (this should be the mantra for all research projects related to Second Life!). However, with some hard work over the next few weekends, I will by the end of the semester.

Information Policy

I’ve completed my section of the course I am co-teaching this term (the Information Policy section of the Public Policy and Education course at Teachers College). I’m posting my Powerpoint slides for anyone who might be interested.

It’s Fall Again

The fall term is here and I am realizing how incredibly busy I’m going to be. I’m presenting at the AOIR in October, NCSS in November, teaching the Education and Public Policy Course, taking Consumer Behavior course at the Columbia Business School, taking the CCTE Colloquium, taking the GMAT (because the world can always use another MBA!) and of course working at the EdLab. I think when I reach Christmas I will just eat my turkey and fall asleep for awhile…