Digital Age, Digital Selves: Games, Technologies, and Media in Education
Join us for our next design salon with Amanda LaTasha Armstrong, Friday August 13!
With recent events and ongoing circumstances around digital education having cast new light on long-standing issues of equity in education, what role might making, games, and other media all play in finding promising ways to think about and work on creating more equitable educational opportunities?
On August 13 at 2:00 PM MST (5:00 PM Eastern), Amanda LaTasha Armstrong will be joining us to discuss these topics of equity, making, and games in education.
Amanda is a doctoral candidate at New Mexico State University (NMSU). Her research interests include the intersection of early childhood, learning design and technology, and multicultural education. She’s an Education Policy Research Fellow with New America and leads product user-testing and youth programs on game review and design at NMSU’s Learning Games Lab. You can find out more about Amanda at her website (amandalatasha.com).
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