Tag: Publications

Design thinking and the practicing teacher: Addressing problems of practice in teacher education (journal article)

Design thinking and the practicing teacher: Addressing problems of practice in teacher education (journal article)

Design thinking has been receiving increased scholarly and popular interest in education; yet, teachers are often uncertain about what it means to implement this in their educational settings. Design thinking, nonetheless, offers a framework to address the challenging problems of practice educators face. In this 

Disrupting reality (Book)

Disrupting reality (Book)

My book, “Disrupting Reality: Cervantes, Jealousy, and Narrative Innovation” recently got published. It is available on Amazon. Here is a summary: The author invites readers to play with the idea that Cervantes’s narrative innovation–best illustrated through Don Quixote–was underpinned by a series of novelistic explorations afforded 

What Do Preservice Teachers Think about Teaching Media Literacy? (journal article)

What Do Preservice Teachers Think about Teaching Media Literacy? (journal article)

Despite the numerous benefits of media & information literacy for students in today’s digital society, the lack of teacher preparation in teaching media and information literacy skills suggests a gap between the societal rationale for students becoming media literate and the sustainable preparation of teachers. 

Impact of After-School Learning Programs on High School Girls’ Confidence and Interest in Computing (proceedings)

Impact of After-School Learning Programs on High School Girls’ Confidence and Interest in Computing (proceedings)

Despite increasing numbers of jobs and degrees, and the growth in interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), gender gap in these disciplines has not markedly improved. This STEM gender gap is more prominent in the field of Computer Science (CS). In the United