See Events ITLS Faculty and Students Will Participate in for ICLS 2018 in London

Faculty and students in the Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences (ITLS) Department will share their research and participate at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) in London from June 23-24, 2018. According to their website, "ICLS is a major international event, organized biennially by [the International Society of the Learning Sciences], which gathers people involved in all aspects of the field of the learning sciences, including empirical, conceptual, theoretical, design-based, practitioner and policy perspectives."

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This conference is the perfect opportunity for faculty and students to share the research projects they have been working on via poster sessions, presentations, and workshops. It is also an opportunity to learn from other scholars' research and build opportunities to collaborate.

Below is a list of the participation from ITLS faculty and students:

Dubovi, I.Lee, V. (2018). Agent-based models to support bioscience learning in nursing education.

Halverson, E.; Litts, B. K.; Gravel B. (2018). Forms of emergent collaboration in maker-based learning.

Dubovi, I.; Levy, S.; Levy, M.; Levin, N.; Dagan, E. (2018). “But we don’t have beta-cells”: Agent-based models to support health education.

Hamilton, M.; Clarke-Midura, J.; Shumway, J. F.; & Lee, V. R. (2018). An initial examination of designed features to support computational thinking in commercial early childhood toys.

Lee, V. R.; Recker, M.; & Phillips, A. L. (2018). Conjecture mapping the library: Iterative refinements toward supporting maker learning activities in small community spaces.

Searle, K.; Casort, T.; Litts, B. K.; Brayboy, B. M. J.; Dance, S. L.; Kafai, Y. (2018). Cultural repertoires: Indigenous youth creating with place and story.

Tofel-Grehl, C.; Searle, K.; Feldon, D. (2018). Professional development for secondary science teachers: A faded scaffolding approach to preparing teachers to integrate computing.




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