Networking Coffee Break - Coffee Talk With Hypothesis: Researching EdTech's Impacts with Ethical, Collaborative Investigations
We love to explore new tools and practices to improve teaching and learning, but how do we know what effects they really have? Join a conversation with Dr. Remi Kalir, the first Scholar in Residence at Hypothesis, to talk about ways we can investigate connections between student experience and changing technologies and pedagogies with ethics as a priority.
At Hypothesis, we hear stories every day from both teachers and students about how social annotation is useful in their classes. But how do we go beyond the anecdotes to explore wider connections between social reading and student learning? This fall, we started a partnership with the University of Colorado Denver to initiate interdisciplinary research and investigate connections between social annotation and student learning. Bring your own research ideas and stories to join us for a conversation with Dr. Remi Kalir, the first Scholar in Residence at Hypothesis, about how scholars, educators, students, schools, and technology providers can work together to pursue, ethically and rigorously, timely questions about teaching and learning across technology-rich learning environments.