This paper was presented at the 1999 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association on evaluating capacity.
Return to Educator CIRCLS. by Courtney Teague, Rita Fennelly-Atkinson, and Jillian Doggett Courtney Teague, EdD, Deputy Director of Internal Professional Learning and Coaching with Verizon Innovative Learning Schools program based in Atlanta, GA. Rita Fennelly-Atkinson,EdD, Director Micro-credentials with the Pathways and Credentials team based in Austin, TX Jillian Doggett M.Ed, Project Director of Community Networks […]
The Games for Change Festival promises to be more ambitious than ever before with two days live and in-person in New York City and two days that will be completely virtual and free! This year’s festival features many exclusive networking opportunities for the community to reconnect with each other, re-engage in partnership discussions, and re-invigorate […]
Roxanne Moore shares more on her newly funded NSF RETTL project, Exploring Artificial Intelligence-enhanced Electronic Design Process Logs: Empowering High School Engineering Teachers (#2119135).
A teacher gives us a closer look of what it’s like to review an artificial intelligence tool for use in the classroom and give feedback to a developer about it.
2022 IEEE ICICLE Conference on Learning Engineering, July 26 – July 28, Samberg Conference Center, MIT Campus, Cambridge, MA.
Addie Shrodes, Dylan Paré
Joe Curnow, Suraj Uttamchandani
Dr. Samiha Marwan advances students’ learning by designing automated solutions for timely and meaningful feedback.
Melissa Tehee and Breanne K. Litts at Utah State University, and Rogelio E. Cardona-Rivera at the University of Utah share more on their most recent NSF-funded RETTL project, Transformative Computational Models of Narrative to Support Teaching Indigenous Perspectives in K-12 Classrooms (#2119573).