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What has persisted and what has not: A longitudinal study of changes in teachers’ experiences of Project-Based Teaching and Learning through the COVID-19 Pandemic (2024)
Journal Article

In this qualitative interview-based longitudinal study, we follow and share experiences of teachers from four different high schools in the United States that represent different institutional contexts (Urban, Suburban, Rural, Public and Charter) aro... Read More about What has persisted and what has not: A longitudinal study of changes in teachers’ experiences of Project-Based Teaching and Learning through the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Bearing Witness to Violence Through Noise: A Critical Exploration of Runzelstirn & Gurgelstøck’s Affective Curriculum (2024)
Journal Article

This paper explores the nature of earwitnessing, or the act of bearing witness through sound, via noise. Employing Thompson’s (2017) definition of the term, I argue that noise holds the pedagogical potential to address critiques of bearing witness an... Read More about Bearing Witness to Violence Through Noise: A Critical Exploration of Runzelstirn & Gurgelstøck’s Affective Curriculum.

Examining the role of student-centered versus teacher-centered pedagogical approaches to self-directed learning through teaching (2023)
Journal Article

While research has shown that students benefit from student-centered pedagogies, few studies have considered the benefits of this pedagogical approach for educators as they learn through teaching. In response to this need, we analyzed interviews, les... Read More about Examining the role of student-centered versus teacher-centered pedagogical approaches to self-directed learning through teaching.

Players chatter and dice clatter: exploring sonic power relations in posthuman game-based learning ecologies (2022)
Journal Article

Responding to both recent interest in sound within qualitative education research and sound studies literature that conceptualizes sound as a posthuman technology, we use this paper to explore the following research questions: How does sound both ena... Read More about Players chatter and dice clatter: exploring sonic power relations in posthuman game-based learning ecologies.

Tensions and synergies in arts‐integrated data literacy instruction: Reflections on four classroom implementations (2022)
Journal Article

Data-art inquiry is an arts-integrated approach to data literacy learning that reflects the multidisciplinary nature of data literacy not often taught in school contexts. By layering critical reflection over conventional data inquiry processes, and b... Read More about Tensions and synergies in arts‐integrated data literacy instruction: Reflections on four classroom implementations.

Effectiveness of VR-based training on improving construction workers’ knowledge, skills, and safety behavior in robotic teleoperation (2021)
Journal Article

The emergence of construction robotics and automation has produced an urgent and vast need for construction workers to reskill and upskill for the future of work. Virtual Reality (VR)-based training has been considered and investigated as a safe and... Read More about Effectiveness of VR-based training on improving construction workers’ knowledge, skills, and safety behavior in robotic teleoperation.

Reimagining collaboration through the lens of the posthuman: Uncovering embodied learning in noise music (2020)
Journal Article

While education research has largely avoided posthumanist scholarship, this analytic lens challenges the ways in which researchers have conceptualized educational technologies, i.e. collaboration and embodied learning, as primarily humanist endeavors... Read More about Reimagining collaboration through the lens of the posthuman: Uncovering embodied learning in noise music.