Educators and students are increasingly engaging with digital learning tools and experiences, raising important questions around trust and inclusion in the remote learning context. As designers, educators, and curriculum developers, how might we create digital learning environments and experiences that build trust, empower students, and foster inclusion?
In this webinar, Artefact is joined by Maribel Gonzalez, STEM Integration Transformation Coach at Technology Access Foundation; Mike Deutsch, Director of Educational Research and Development at Kids Code Jeunesse; and Joe Sparano, 1st-5th Grade Technology Teacher at Charles Wright Academy to discuss designing healthier relationships between technology, kids and education; advancing equity in digital learning; and the role of technology in the future of education.
We’ll also explore the thinking behind Artefact’s Most Likely Machine digital learning prototype, the research that informed its design, and takeaways from its use in the classroom. Be sure to sign up for our Impact by Design event series if you’d like to join the next conversation.
Check out the resources shared by our panelists below, and be sure to sign up for our Impact by Design event series to keep the conversation going.
- Artefact’s Most Likely Machine digital learning module and the process and thinking behind the design.
- Kids Code Jeunesse’s Algorithm Literacy Project, a public awareness campaign and collection of useful resources to help educators and families understand how algorithms and data surround and influence us. You can also explore the Kids Code Jeunesse blog and YouTube channel for more project demonstrations and explainers.
- Joe Sparano’s Technology Playground, a collection of browser-based creative tools for students to explore technology as creative media.
- The Technology Access Foundation is looking for Seattle-based volunteers to participate in Project SPARC, a comprehensive, living teaching tool that connects students to innovative leaders through project-based learning.