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Revision as of 20:45, 15 June 2014

These are the people working on the Scalable Game Design project:

Whom to Contact for What


Administration


Faculty

  • Alexander Repenning, Computer Science, Project Director, Principal Investigator, inventor of AgentSheets and AgentCubes software
  • David Webb, School of Education, Co-Principal Investigator, specializing in mathematics education and evaluation
  • Kris D. Gutierrez, School of Education, Co-Principal Investigator, specializing in learning sciences, literacy, and evaluation
  • Clayton Lewis, Computer Science, Faculty Associate, project design


Industry


Associates & Graduate Assistants

Present

  • Ian Her Many Horses, Education, Ph.D. student, classroom observation protocol development and analysis, design process tools development, general project support
  • Hilarie Nickerson, Computer Science and Cognitive Science, Ph.D. student, general technical support for teachers during implementation, wiki content management and administration
  • Susan Miller, Education, Ph.D. student, curricular development, assessment and evaluation of classrooms, general teacher support for teaching and learning
  • Muyang Song, Computer Science, MS student, wiki content management and administration, general project support
  • Veronica Hubenakova, Education, visiting scholar from Slovakia, general educational support of project


Past

  • Kyuhan Koh, Computer Science and Cognitive Science, Ph.D. student
  • Ashok Basawapana, Computer Science, Ph.D. student
  • Krista Marshall, Education, Ph.D. student
  • Diane Keyser, Education, MEd. student
  • Calvin Pohawpatchoko, ATLAS, Ph.D. student
  • David Sanders, Research Faculty Associate, Director CU Upward Bound Program


Consultants

  • Heather MacGillivary, External Evaluator
  • Len Scrogan, Director of Instructional Technology, Boulder Valley School District, leads tech hub research; organizes teacher exchange and statewide Educational Summit in 2010.
  • Fred Gluck (Fred.gluck@comcast.net), Game Design Instructor, Science Discovery, University of Colorado, general support of project, support for teachers, create teacher support materials, teacher-trainer, trainer at community events
  • Cathy Brand (Catharine.brand@gmail.com) , Game Design Instructor, Science Discovery, University of Colorado, general support of project, support for teachers, create teacher support materials, trainer at community events
  • Carol McBride, Development Director of Aurora Public Schools, leads urban area staff in working with researchers to adopt the curriculum to the needs of the APS district.
  • Cynthia Seidel, Executive Director of South Central BOCES, coordinates research in rural area; work with local community colleges to organize student participation.
  • Corey Papastathis, District Instructional Coach of Technology, Ft. Lupton School District, creates curriculum for transition to high school module; trains high school teachers.
  • John Zola, retired social studies high school teacher and socratic method expert.


Affiliates


Partnering Organizations


Current Teachers

2014 Project Teacher Photo Directory


2014 - 2015 Scalable Game Design Scholars and Teacher-Trainers (47)

Click on the name to go to individual Teacher Pages.


Past Teachers

Listing of Active and Inactive Past Teachers


Past Community/Tribal College Students

Listing of College Students


Past Project Students