Hive Research Lab will be heading to Chicago this week for the American Educational Research Association’s 2015 Annual Meeting.
The theme of the meeting this year is “Toward Justice: Culture, Language and Heritage in Education Research and Praxis”. Check out the official meeting page.
Here’s a run-down of where you can find our work at the conference:
Friday, April 17th
4:05 to 5:35pm, Sheraton, Second Level, Superior A
Symposium: Learning as Transformation: Examining How Youth Author New Learning Pathways/Ecologies in Science, Engineering, and Technology
Chair: Daniel Birmingham, Loyola University Chicago
Presentation: “From Half-Pipe to Full-fillment: Leveraging Interest-Driven Identities as a Strategy for Technology Learning”, Dixie Ching (NYU, presenting author), Rafi Santo (IU), Tal Bar-Zemer (Citylore), Jessica Forsyth (Harold Hunter Foundation), Chris Hoadley (NYU).
Saturday, April 18th
Sheraton, Ballroom Level, Sheraton V
Structured Poster Session: New Tools, New Voices: Innovations in Understanding and Analyzing Life-Wide Ecologies for Youth Interest-Driven Learning
Chairs: Kylie Peppler (IU), Chris Hoadley (NYU)
Poster: Affordances of Social Learning Ecology Maps for Examining the Importance of Social Support in the Pursuit of Digital Media Making Activities Dixie Ching, NYU (presenting author); Rafi Santo, IU; Kylie Peppler, IU; Christopher Hoadley, NYU