Students and staff from the Learning Technologies program in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Minnesota presented at the American Education Research Association’s 101st annual conference this year in San Antonio, TX.
Yu Hui Chang presented a paper
LT’s Lana Peterson and Cassie Scharber recently published an article in the journal, Computers in the Schools.
Peterson, L., & Scharber, C. (2017). Lessons from a laptop pilot. Computers in the Schools, 4(1).
Last week Cassie Scharber coordinated a team from Minnesota to participate workshop in Chicago that was sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
The LT Media Lab (LTML) and Austin Public Schools (APS) are celebrating three years of partnership. This “research-to-practice” partnership between is sponsored by the Hormel Foundation . LTML and APS have accomplished a lot together, but the true highlight of our work together has been the relationships and collaborations. We have curated a set of pictures highlighting some of our favorite memories thus far.
Dr.Mizuko (Mimi) Ito recently visited the University of Minnesota and was hosted by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and the LT Media Lab.
Dr.Ito offered a research workshop for the department’s graduate students and presented a talk on connected learning.
The Digital Media and Learning Competition has awarded funding for its Playlists for Learning Challenge to the SciGirls Code project.
This new playlist project is a collaborative effort between TPT, the LT Media Lab, the National Girls Collaborative (NGCP), and Heather Benedict.
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LTML’s Lana Peterson and Cassie Scharber, along with Austin Public School’s, Amy Thuesen, recently offered a 6-hour workshop on Makerspaces at the Lakes Country Service Cooperative in Fergus Falls, MN.
Three members of the Bright Stars Project team — Yolanda Majors, Nick Ross, and Anne Crampton — recently presented at the Minnesota Center for Reading Research's Summer Literacy Workshop (August 8, 2016).
Cassie Scharber recently presented at a Symposium focused on Youth Media and Digital Citizenship, sponsored by the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) and the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Minnesota.
Scharber joined others from the field of education, including both teachers and researchers, in exploring connections between the fie