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Teacher Pioneers: Adventures with Media, Pedagogy, and Play in K-16 Learning
ILT Faculty Presentations
  • Caro Williams-Pierce, University of Wisconsin - Madison
  • Alainya Kavaloski, University of Wisconsin - Madison
  • Deborah Fields, Utah State University
  • David Ng, University of British Columbia
  • Kip Glazer, Pepperdine University
  • Lucas Cook
  • Sean Duncan, Indiana University
  • Seann Dikkers, Bethel University
  • Steve Isaacs
  • Trent Hergenrader
  • Jeremiah I. Holden, School of Education and Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publication Date
This symposium brings together a myriad of K-16 teachers and authors who have designed, built, and implemented digital media or game-based learning in their classrooms. Speaker experiences range from elementary school to teacher professional development, from science to wilderness teaching, from behavioral management to e-textiles, and many things in between! This session will focus on supporting small group sessions with these pioneers, and discussions of the practical aspects of using such technologies in the messy, surprising, and delightful context of classrooms, schools, and other learning environments.
Citation Information
Caro Williams-Pierce, Alainya Kavaloski, Deborah Fields, David Ng, et al.. "Teacher Pioneers: Adventures with Media, Pedagogy, and Play in K-16 Learning" (2016)
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