Doering presents three papers at AERA 2014 in Philadelphia
Doering presented three papers at the American Educational Research Association’s annual conference in Philadelphia, PA, in April. The papers were centered on his recent research in technology-enhanced authentic learning, geospatial learning, and education in remote Arctic regions. AERA is the largest and most prestigious educational conference in the world focused on scholarly research in all educational disciplines. Approximately 13,000 of the more than 25,000 AERA members attended the annual conference this year from over 60 countries.
Designing for Learning Engagement in Remote Communities: Narratives from North of Sixty (Aaron Doering and Jeni Henrickson)
Evaluating Teachers’ Technological, Pedagogical, and Content Knowledge (TPACK) Using an Instructional Scenario (Suzan Koseoglu, Aaron Doering, and Cassie Scharber)
The Layers of Authenticity: Designing for Learner Experience (Aaron Doering, Charlie Miller, Lucas Lecheler, and Jeni Henrickson)