College of Education faculty members Torrey Trust and Theresa Austin each presented two papers recently at events from Philadelphia to Kyoto, Japan.
Trust presented “Educators Experience Boundaries, Students Don’t? – Blurring the Boundaries Between Formal and Informal Learning Spaces” at the Digital Media and Learning conference, Los Angeles in June with Grace Kim, UC Berkeley; Leshell Hatley, George Mason University; Meghan Welch, Georgia State University, and Delila Omerbasic, University of Utah.
Trust also presented “Understanding the Sociocultural Factors that Shape Teacher Learning in an Online Community” at the International Society for Technology in Education conference in Philadelphia in June.
Austin and lecturer Marie Christine Polizzi presented “Towards Designing Critical Service Learning in Diverse Communities – Teacher Educators’ Self-study” at the International Society for Language Studies conference June 19 in Albuquerque.
Austin with Kahori Kobayashi presented “Content-based Instruction – Perspectives from Learners and Teachers” at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, June 20.