Office Hour with Roy Pea, Stephen Coller, H. Taylor Martin & Ken Koedinger

Office Hour, Rhinelander North (Table A)

Roy Pea, David Jacks Professor of Education and the Learning Sciences, Stanford University.

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Roy Pea

Stanford University

Roy Pea is David Jacks Professor of Education and the Learning Sciences at Stanford University, Director of Stanford’s H-STAR Institute (Human Sciences and Technologies Advanced Research), and Founder & Director of Stanford’s PhD program in Learning Sciences and Technology Design. Roy publishes widely on K-12 learning and education, especially in science, math and technology, fostered by advanced technologies including scientific visualization, on-line communities, digital video collaboratories and mobile computers. He is co-author of the 2010 National Education Technology Plan for the US Department of Education, co-editor of Video Research in the Learning Sciences (2007), and co-author of the National Academy of Sciences book: How People Learn (2000). He is a Fellow of the National Academy of Education, Association for Psychological Science, the American Educational Research Association, and was an IBM Faculty Fellow (2006). In 2004-2005, Roy was President of the International Society for the Learning Sciences. Roy also served from 1999-2009 as a Co-Founder and Director for Teachscape, a teacher professional development services company. Roy holds four patents, establishing innovations in interactive and panoramic video, and mobile learning, with several other patents pending. He is a co-founding Director of Kogeto.com and serves as an advisor to several other companies.

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Stephen Coller

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Stephen Coller is a Senior Program officer in the Next Generation Models team. In this role Stephen sponsors current and emerging technologies and platforms that help children to attain college readiness and enable system transformation in the process.

Stephen joined the Foundation in July 2010 from Microsoft, where he worked as a Senior Director of Technology Policy and Strategy. In this role Stephen helped develop Microsoft’s vision for the connection between technology and core societal issues and convert that vision into a set of policy recommendations for senior government leaders and regulatory bodies around the world. In the U.S., Stephen served on Secretary Duncan’s National Education Technology Plan working group. Earlier in his career at Microsoft, he worked on virtual server, cloud platform, and application products and technologies. Stephen began his time at Microsoft as the Chief of Staff to the CFO and before that worked in financial services and consulting, including tours of duty at Goldman Sachs, Peregrine Partners, and Marakon Associates.

Over the course of his career Stephen has seen the migration from Vax superminis to iPhones, from floppies to flash, and from NTTP and FTP to TCP/IP. Now that we find ourselves edging toward a semantic web and the prospect it holds out for a huge leap forward in our species’ collective learning capability, he is extremely excited to bring these experiences and technologies to bear in the service of a better learning experience for every child.

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H. Taylor Martin

Utah State University

Taylor Martin received her Ph. D. in educational psychology from Stanford. She also holds an M.S. in cognitive psychology, and a B.A. in linguistics. She has worked in research and development in curriculum and design of instructional systems on projects such as the Adventures of Jasper Woodbury and the Algebra Project. She has also worked as an elementary school teacher,particularly in the area of mathematics. She was in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and is affiliate faculty in Developmental Psychology and the Learning Technology Center at the University of Texas, Austin. She collaborates extensively with partners in the College of Engineering, the Physics Department, and the Texas Advanced Computing Center at the University of Texas, Austin, in Computer Science and Learning Science at the University of Washington, and with the Regional Educational Laboratory Mid-Atlantic.
She is a newly appointed Associate Professor at Utah State University.

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Ken Koedinger

Carnegie Mellon

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