New Article: Design, Complexity, Indeterminacy, and Teachers
New Article: TPACK, ChatGPT, and GenAI
Thanks to Punya Mishra for the cover image! My dissertation research began in February 2020. I collaborated with four teachers at a rural school in Arizona as they strived to address problems of practice. Everything was going well–I was enjoying trying out creative activities and such. And, on March 4, 2020, this is what our […]
Commit Your Own Crime
Cover image courtesy of Punya Mishra We (Punya Mishra, Rezwana Islam, and I) just published a new article in the Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education. The article considers the meaning of TPACK in a world of generative AI. We particularly wanted to emphasize the need of teachers to develop contextual knowledge. It was […]
Design By Any Other Name…
Committing Our Own Crime: COVID, Teachers Designing, Problem Finding, Personal Growth. (note the FOUR terms after the colon, Sarah. 😉) I am building on some of my dissertation research on teachers and design. I recently submitted an article on “seeing indeterminacy”–that designers work in spaces with many possible solutions, and recognizing these possibilities is key […]
I was having a Slack chat with Punya Mishra yesterday and we began discussing different phrases that include “design”. Both of us like to go a bit against the grain, thinking critically about common terms and phrases. For example, we once gave a conference presentation entitled “Why Design Thinking Sucks (in Education),” where we listed […]
Playing with Alien Intelligence
I am in the process of conceptualizing a research study on systems design and change, using the case of our efforts to promote technology infusion in teacher education at NMSU. My co-investigators and I are planning an initial session with diverse stakeholders in teacher education, similar to a design charrette. As of now, the goals […]
Welcome to the world of generative AI. Actually, you’ve already been living in it–but its presence is becoming such that soon you will not be able to ignore it. A month or so ago, I attended a faculty professional development session on ChatGPT. The big question was how do we prevent students from cheating with […]
CRP at AECT!
Exploring TXg Slides EdTechnica Learn more about EdTechnica at SITE 2023: Read the paper and view the slides. PDF download of Slides
I’m at AECT in Las Vegas sharing some thoughts about how to apply Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process (CRP) to design crits. Here’s some resources!