TEP 233A Topics in Education Research and Design
Winter 2005

Teacher Education Program
University of California, San Diego

Four Mondays during Winter Quarter, 5 pm - 6:50 pm
Room 516A (North Conference room), Building 516

Jim Levin
Class members

The focus of this pro-seminar is on the exploration of important research methods for the study of learning and teaching. We will meet together with four educational researchers, who will present their research and engage in a discussion about research methods. The class will be divided into four groups, each of which will be responsible for preparing for the presentation of one of the researchers and for creating summary resources concerning the presentation.

January 10: Jim Levin, Teacher Education Program, UCSD: "Distributed Learning and Research Methods"

January 24: Ross Frank, Department of Ethnic Studies, UCSD: "Indian Culture, Sovereignty, and the Tribal Digital Village"

February 9 (Wednesday): Amanda Datnow, Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California: "Making sense of large scale educational reform"

February 28: Brian Goldfarb, Department of Communication, UCSD: "Media Taken for Architecture: Ability, Access, and Universal Design in New Media"

Last updated: 5 Jan 2005