Michigan State University
United States of America - Portland
- Alexa the Teacher's Pet? A Review of Research on Virtual Assistants in Education
- Goldilocks in the Pandemic: What’s “just right” with technology for K-12 teachers in Emergency Remote Teaching?
- Research about Universal Design for Learning: Moving Beyond What We Think We Know
- Teaching through the eyes of a robot Using Robotic Telepresence to Facilitate Early Field Experiences for Pre-Service Teachers
I'm a 20 year veteran of K-20 education, having worked as a high school teacher and teacher educator in Portland, Oregon. I'm presently a hybrid PhD student in the Educational Psychology & Educational Technology program at Michigan State University. I'm interested in a wide array of technological tools being applied in learning settings, from robotic telepresence to cognitive assistants to virtual reality. I am also interested in the viability of the Universal Design for Learning framework and how it might be better implemented in service to students with disabilities, particularly in high school classrooms.