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Thursday, October 5 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Innovations in Teachers’ Professional Development

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Innovations in Teachers’ Professional Development
Provocation: How do we support teachers’ digital identities and practices?
Discussant: Kim Jaxon
Abstracts: Are available here and are attached as a resource file below. 

Coding Core: Helping Teachers Teach for the Future
Ann Marie Carrothers, Mozilla Foundation Hive Chicago

Not Just Coding: Preparing Preservice Teachers to Develop and Foster Computational Thinking in Technology Integration
Yu-Hui Chang, Ph.D. Candidate, Learning Technologies program, Dept. of C&I, LT Media Lab, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Lana Peterson, Ph.D. Candidate, Learning Technologies program, Dept. of C&I, LT Media Lab, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

Using Web-Based Practical Measures to Support Improvement at Scale: Insights from a Research-Practice Partnership
Daniela DiGiacomo, University of California Riverside

Blogs and Book Clubs: Educators' Reflection on Practice in Public Spaces
Suzanne Porath, Kansas State University  

Making Online Professional Development Program Accessible to Educators Worldwide
Yumiko Murai, MIT Media Lab


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Kim Jaxon

Associate Professor, English, CSU, Chico
I'm an associate professor of English (Composition & Literacy) at California State University, Chico. My research interests focus on literacies, particularly digital literacies, the teaching of writing, course design, and teacher education.


Ann Marie Carrothers

Digital Operations, Mozilla Foundation
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Yu-Hui Chang

Ph.D. Candidate, University of Minnesota

Daniela DiGiacomo

Postdoctoral Scholar, UC Riverside

Yumiko Murai

Postdoctoral Associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Lana Peterson

Director of Community Engagement, University of Minnesota
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Suzanne Porath

Assistant Professor, Kansas State University
Dr. Suzanne Porath has been an English Language Arts, history, and humanities classroom teacher and reading teacher for 13 years before becoming a teacher educator. She has taught in Wisconsin and American international schools in Brazil, Lithuania, and Aruba. Before accepting her... Read More →

Thursday October 5, 2017 11:00am - 12:30pm PDT
Pacific Ballroom B