The Penn State Symposium for Teaching and Learning with Technology is both an annual event and a year-round online discussion of ways that faculty are using technology to enhance teaching, learning, and research.

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 the full conference website at http://symposium.tlt.psu.edu
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Scott McDonald

Penn State
Associate Professor
University Park, Pennsylvania
Dr. Scott McDonald is an Associate Professor of Science Education at The Pennsylvania State University and Director of the Krause Innovation Studio in the PSU College of Education. He is also Associate Editor of The Journal of Teacher Education. He was a high school Physics teacher for six years before earning his Ph.D. in Learning Technologies in Science Education from the University of Michigan. His work in the Krause Innovation Studio investigates how technology, particularly in the form of learning spaces, can support higher education teaching and learning. His teacher education research focuses on understanding the development of science teachers’ professional pedagogical vision through digital video analysis using Studiocode. He also is engaged in research in learning progressions in Plate Tectonics and Astronomy as part of the NSF funded Earth and Space Science Partnership. His research has been funded by the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Mellon Foundation and the National Science Foundation.

My Speakers Sessions

Saturday, March 22

1:15pm EDT