Virtual School Meanderings

October 19, 2016

AECT 2016 – Research to Change K-12 Learning: International Researcher Perspectives on Implementing Global Education, Culturally Sensitive Science and Motivational Math Gaming.

This is the sixth session that I am blogging from the Association for Educational Technology and Communications 2016 annual convention.

Research to Change K-12 Learning: International Researcher Perspectives on Implementing Global Education, Culturally Sensitive Science and Motivational Math Gaming.

  • In Event: ST&C – Butterfly Wings Flapping: International Researchers Aiming at Change

Wed, Oct 19, 1:00 to 2:00pm, Conf Ctr, Conference Rm 8

Short Description

In the International Division, three issues are framing a research conversation aimed at changing education by (1) global education connecting pre service teachers with rural schools (2) implementing design based research for culturally sensitive STEM learning and (3) implementing motivational, game based learning software for STEAM meaningfully. These researchers from Taiwan, Canada and the USA will present, analyze and discuss with the audience factors constraining and enabling the impact of this research in our connected world.

Authors

  • Eugene Kowch, University of Calgary – Faculty of Ed
  • Chun-Min (Arthur) Wang, National Hsinchu U. of Ed.
  • Yu-Chang Hsu, Boise State University
  • Michael K. Barbour, Touro University, California

Note that this was an informal panel that I was on.  So there are no slides to post.  If anyone who attended the session wishes to add their notes to the comments I would welcome that addition.

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