Equity, games and engagement

Three Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College faculty members were among 31 scholars nationwide invited to be part of the “Ed-Talk” video series hosted by the American Educational Research Association. Alfredo Artiles, Sasha Barab and Michelene Chi are featured in six-minute videos of their presentations recorded during AERA Knowledge Forum events in Washington, D.C. earlier this year.

Alfredo Artiles, the Ryan C. Harris Memorial Endowed Professor of Special Education, addressed "The Paradoxes of Equity, Disability and Race Intersections." View the fact sheet on the AERA website.

Alfredo Artiles, professor in ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

Sasha Barab, professor and director of the Center for Games and Impact, presented "Games, Learners, and Innovation!" View the fact sheet on the AERA website.

Sasha Barab, professor in ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

Michelene “Micki” Chi, Dorothy Bray Endowed Professor, spoke of "Engaging Students to Promote Deeper Learning." View the fact sheet on the AERA website.

Michelene Chi, professor in ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College