Faculty publication roundup, June 2021

By

Erik Ketcherside

This month, Michelene Chi describes using active learning to close the gap between education research and practiceElisabeth Gee analyzes the designed processes that shape experiences of meaning-making through acts of play; and Carlos Vélez-Ibáñez contributes a chapter to Antropología del Norte de México y el Suroeste de los Estados Unidos. Plus, multiple papers from the Proceedings of the 15th Annual Conference of the Learning Sciences, and much more.

 

Marina Basu — PhD student: Learning, Literacies and Technologies; graduate research assistant
Ying-Chih Chen — associate professor
Michelene Chi — Regents Professor; Dorothy Bray Endowed Professor of Science and Teaching; director, ASU Learning and Cognition Lab
Elisabeth Gee — professor; Delbert and Jewell Lewis Chair in Reading and Literacy; co-director, curriculum development
Pamela Hodges Kulinna — professor
Areej Mawasi — PhD: Learning, Literacies and Technologies '21; research associate, Institute of Cognitive Science, University of Colorado–Boulder | Ruth Wylie — associate research professor; assistant director, Center for Science and the Imagination
Areej Mawasi | Ruth WyliePunya Mishra — associate dean of scholarship and innovation; professor
Areej Mawasi Elisabeth Gee — professor; Delbert and Jewell Lewis Chair in Reading and Literacy; co-director, Curriculum Development
Jeanne Powers — associate professor | Kathryn Chapman — postdoctoral scholar, University of Kentucky; PhD: Educational Policy and Evaluation '19
Rod Roscoe — affiliate faculty; assistant professor, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering | Scotty Craig — affiliate faculty; associate professor, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Hans Van der Mars — professor
Carlos Vélez-Ibáñez — Regents Professor; affiliate faculty member; Founding Director Emeritus, ASU School of Transborder Studies
Hyeonho Yu — PhD: Learning, Literacies and Technologies '20 | Pamela Hodges Kulinna — professor | Shannon Mulhearn — PhD: Learning, Literacies and Technologies '20; assistant professor, University of Nebraska–Kearney

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