< Webinars

In the webinar series titled, “Looking Closely at Student Work in the Digital Age,” KQED, Educator Innovator, Project Zero, and MakerEd.org focused on looking closely at the work of youth in this digital era. This second webinar of the three-part series covered how the digital influence changes the way we engage and evaluate student work.

Guests for this webinar included:

  • Andrew Sliwinski – Co-Founder of DIY.org; designer and engineer focused on improving how we play and learn
  • Troy Hicks – Associate Professor at Central Michigan University; Director of the Chippewa River Writing Project
  • Kylie Peppler – Assistant Professor in the Learning Sciences Program at Indiana University; Director at Creativity Labs
  • Tina Blythe – Co-author of “Looking Together at Student Work”; Learning Group Leader at Project Zero

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