February 2016

Join MPES for Joshua Danish’s Colloquium Presentation!

Thursday, February 18th, 12:30-1:30pm, Annenberg 303

Joshua Danish is an Associate Professor of the Learning Sciences at Indiana University. His research explores how people learn in rich activity systems with a focus on how students benefit from working with representations of their ideas such as drawings, computer simulations, and embodied skits. A primary focus of this work has been on how early elementary students can engage deeply with complex science ideas when the classroom activity builds upon their developmental strengths.

See the full talk abstract Here.