Biography


Photo on 11-20-14 at 12.13 PMI am an assistant professor in the Learning, Design, and Technology program in the College of Education at the Pennsylvania State University. My research interests are at the intersection of learning, cognition, and design. My current research focuses on unpacking group cognition, engagement, and student needs in order to design new models of interaction and tools to enhance collective cognitive processes.

Active Collaborators: Carolyn Rosé, Stephanie Shields, Koraly Pérez-Edgar, Heather Toomey-Zimmerman, Suzanne Scherf, John M. Carroll, and Todd Shimoda.

Areas of Interest and Expertise: Computer-supported collaborative learning, sociometacognition, human-centered educational design, the design and evaluation of technological tools to enhance collective thinking processes and support learning communities.

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