Hive Research Lab at AERA 2016

AERA 2016 bannerWhile the blog has a bit quiet in the past months as the Hive Research Lab team has been engaged in data analysis and writing (including two dissertations!), we’ll be presenting a good bit of what we’ve been working on at the upcoming American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting. If you’re coming to the conference, we invite you to check out our sessions (details below). The presentations cover all three of our core research areas, including better understanding the relationships between organizational networks and educational innovation, youth pathways and trajectories around digital making and the design of research-practice partnerships in educational networks.


Saturday April 9th

Enabling Equitable Knowledge Building in Research-Practice Partnerships through Community White Paper Routines

 

Authors: Rafi Santo (Indiana University), Dixie Ching (New York University), Kylie Peppler (Indiana University), Chris Hoadley (New York University)

Time: 4:05-5:35

Structured Poster Session: Strategies for Promoting and Studying Equity in Design-Oriented Research-Practice Partnerships

Chairs: William Penuel (CU-Boulder), Jean Ryoo (Exploratorium), Molly Shea (CU-Boulder)

Location: Convention Center, Level One, Room 102 B


Monday April 11th

“A City-wide Laboratory”: Scaling Digital Learning through Inter-organizational Collaboration in the Hive NYC Learning Network

 

Authors: Rafi Santo (Indiana University), Kylie Peppler (Indiana University), Dixie Ching (New York University), Chris Hoadley (New York University).

Time: 11:45-1:15

Symposium: Scaling Up Digital Media Innovations

Chair: Cynthia Coburn (Northwestern University)

Location: Marriott Marquis, Level Four, Capitol


Tuesday April 12th

Brokering Learning Opportunities within an Out-of-School Network: A Conceptual Model for Supporting Youth Interest-Driven Learning

 

Authors: Dixie Ching (New York University), Rafi Santo (Indiana University),  Chris Hoadley (New York University), Kylie Peppler (Indiana University).

Time: 8:15-9:45

Structured Poster Session: Brokering Future Learning Opportunities: Theoretical and Practical Considerations for Linking Youth to Out-of-School Time Opportunities

Chairs: Denise Nacu (Depaul University), Katie Van Horn (CU-Boulder)

Location: Convention Center, Level One, Room 103 A


Tuesday April 12th

Maybe a Maker Space? How an Out-of-School Center Engaged in Organizational Learning around Maker Education

 

Authors: Rafi Santo (Indiana University), Dixie Ching (New York University), Kylie Peppler (Indiana University), Chris Hoadley (New York University)

Time: 10:35-12:05

Roundtable: Media, Culture and Learning SIG Roundtable – Gaming, Community, and Civic Engagement

Chair: Christopher Carl Blakesley

Location: Convention Center, Level Three, Ballroom A

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