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Technology Trailblazers

Who is our Trailblazer?

Brenda Matthis is an Associate Professor in the Educational Technology Program at Lesley University.

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A software designer for 19 years, Dr. Matthis received her master and doctorate degrees in education from Harvard University, focusing on the social construction of educational software. In 2005-2006, Dr. Matthis lived in Japan as a Fulbright scholar, lecturing on special education in U.S. and Universal Design for Learning (UDL); and researching the use of technology with undergraduate, graduate, and in-service teachers. In 2010, Dr. Matthis launched the 21st Century Micro-Loan Technology Kit for Teachers in Title I Schools Project. The first two grantees will be chosen in December. Dr. Matthis's latest research is the use of iPads for students with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Why our Trailblazer?

Brenda is an active member of the Educational Technology community. Her research in this field has led her around the world. Her enthusiasm shines through her work. Listen to her speak at Learning Assistance Association of New England in 2012. Brenda is constantly interacting with how to integrate STEM in the classroom. She prioritizes sharing and exploring different perspectives about emerging educational technologies in her classes at Lesley. Want to hear more from our trailblazer? Read this blog post Brenda wrote if you have a moment to learn about Disrupting the STEM Education Status Quo. Brenda, we cannot wait to watch as you continue to explore this field and we look forward to you completing your book Mogu Mogu Mothers of Kitakyushu about your research in Japan. 

Check out her ECRN profile!

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Curriculum Design Discussion 2 Replies

Hello everyone!We would like to commend Mollie for submitting her curriculum design to the site last week. The link to that document can be found on our…Continue

Tags: curriculum

Started by TuftsDevTech. Last reply by Amanda Sullivan Mar 10.

What is the Forum? 1 Reply

Welcome to the Early Childhood Robotics Network Forum! This is a place for you to post questions and comments relating to any and all technology and education topics. This is a place for users to…Continue

Started by TuftsDevTech. Last reply by Cindy Johnson Nov 14, 2013.

CHERP VS. SCRATCH 2 Replies

Hi,I see that this site seems to be very supportive of CHERP as a children's programming language to use with LEGO WeDo sets. Does anyone have any thoughts about Scratch from MIT or know where I…Continue

Started by Mike Rabourn. Last reply by Mike Rabourn Nov 5, 2013.

cherp download for mac 1 Reply

It seems that I can not find the download for cherp anymore on the  DevTech/tangible site. It use to be there to download. Does anyone know where I can get it for my class?Continue

Tags: mac, download, cherp

Started by Betty Norman. Last reply by TuftsDevTech Nov 5, 2013.

 
 
 

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Kalogiannis Vasilis is now a member of Early Childhood Robotics Network
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KIWI World Cup: A High School Adventure

During the summer of 2014, the DevTech high school interns taught KIWI robotics to an international high school student from the Genesis program at Brandeis ...
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Susan Gentry is now a member of Early Childhood Robotics Network
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Catherine Swan is now a member of Early Childhood Robotics Network
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