What do learning pathways look like as young people move across learning contexts in pursuit of their interests in school, at home, in libraries, community centers and online?
About This Speaker
Kris D. Gutiérrez is Professor of Literacy and Learning Sciences and holds the Inaugural Provost’s Chair at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Her research examines learning in designed learning environments, with particular attention to students from non-dominant communities and English Learners.
Anna Smith is a doctoral candidate from the Department of Teaching and Learning in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development at New York University. She directs research and programming at EXCEL Academy, a university-community collaborative that brings youth from the Bronx to NYU, and faculty from the university to the Bronx to participate in an alternative college preparatory program.
Paul Allison is an English Teacher at New Directions Secondary School in New York, as well as a Liaison for the New York City Writing Project. He is also the leader of YouthVoices.net - a site for conversations around youth digital media learning - and Teachers Teaching Teachers - a weekly podcast as part of EdTechTalk.
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