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Dr. Brenda Bannan-Ritland is an Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Education, College of Education and Human Development, George Mason University. She teaches in the Instructional Design and Development track of the Instructional Technology program under the Graduate School of Education. Her research interests include utilizing Internet and Web-based technologies for instruction and training, specifically addressing the application of theoretically-based instructional strategies in the design and development of constructivist learning environments. (Read more...)
Dr. Sasha Barab is an Associate Professor in Learning Sciences, IST and Cognitive Science at Indiana University and is the Barbara Jacobs Chair of Education and Technology.His current work involves the design of rich learning environments, frequently with the aid of technology, that are designed to assist children in developing their sense of purpose as individuals, as members of their communities, and as knowledgeable citizens of the world. ( Read more...)
Dr. Paul Cobb is a Professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Vanderbilt University. His research interests include: The development of students' statistical reasoning and the means by which it can be supported, Equity in students' access to significant mathematical ideas and Mathematics teachers' learning. ( Read more... )
Dr. Allan Collins is a Professor of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University. He currently serves on the editorial boards for Cognition and Instruction and the Journal of the Learning Sciences. He is best known in psychology for his work on semantic memory and mental models; in artificial intelligence for his work on plausible reasoning and intelligent tutoring systems; and in education for his work on inquiry teaching, cognitive apprenticeship, situated learning, epistemic games and systemic validity in educational testing. From 1991 to 1994 he was co-director of the US Department of Education's Center for Technology in Education centered at Bank Street College of Education. ( Read more.. )
Dr. Jan Herrington is an Associate Professor of Instructional Technology in Education at the University of Wollongong. Her Research interests include: ARC Discovery Grant: (2001-2002), Authentic activity as a model for web-based learning , Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation, Impact of the Internet on professionals employed in rural Australia, Fulbright Professional Development Award Grant, Authentic activity as a model for the design of online learning environments . (Read more...)
Dr. Christopher Hoadley is an Assistant Professor of Instructional Systems and of Information Sciences and Technology at Penn State University, University Park. He designs, builds, and studies ways to enhance cognition, collaboration, and learning with technology. He holds degrees in cognitive science, computer science, and education from MIT and UC Berkeley and formerly taught at Mills College and Stanford University. ( Read more...)
Dr. Anthony Kelly is a Professor at George Mason University. His research interests include educational research methods, cognitive neuroscience, and the use of technology in education.( Read more... )
Dr. Susan McKenney is an Assistant Professor at the University of Twente. She is interested in curriculum development, teacher professional development and (often) the supportive role of computers in those processes. Much of her current work is carried out in collaboration with organizations in developing countries, but she also enjoy research and consultancy endeavors in the USA and the Netherlands.( Read more... )
Dr. Nienke Nieveen is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Curriculum of University of Twente. ( Read more... )
Dr. Ron Oliver is the Foundation Professor of Interactive Multimedia at Edith Cowan University in Perth, Western Australia where he teaches in the School of Communications and Multimedia. He is also Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning) in the Faculty of Communications and Creative Industries. His research is around exploring asepcts of online and technology facilitated learning. ( Read more... )
Dr. Chandra Orill is a Research Scientist at the Learning & Performance Support Lab at the University of Georgia. Her research interests are teacher professional development, school co-reform, pedagogical content knowledge, design of technology-enhanced learning environments. (Read more...)
Dr. Thomas Reeves is a Professor in the College of Education, Univerisyt of Georgia. He has developed and evaluated numerous interactive learning programs for education and training. He is a former Fulbright Lecturer, and a former editor of the Journal of Interactive Learning Research. His research interests include: evaluation of instructional technology, mental models and interactive multimedia, authentic learning environments, and instructional technology in developing countries.( Read more...)
Dr.William Sandoval is an Assistant Professor of Psychological Studies of Education at the University of California, Los Angels. His research interests include:
  • Children's ideas about how science is done and what scientific knowledge is, and how these ideas influence their efforts to learn science.
  • Teachers' ideas about how science is done and what scientific knowledge is, and how these ideas influence their science teaching.
  • The role technology can play in mediating science learning and teaching in classrooms, especially in supporting meaningful scientific inquiry.
  • Understanding how innovative designs for education can help us develop better theories of learning and better educational practice. ( Read more...)
Dr. Jan van den Akker is a Professor of Educational Science and Technology at the University of Twente.His research interests include: curriculum development, curriculum improvement in interaction with teacher learning school development, integration of ICT in the curriculum, methodology of development research. (Read more...)
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