Cyberlearning:Graphics And Video
Video of Talks
Videos of all of the talks are available below, or see our Cyberlearning Videos Channel on YouTube. Each talk is about 10 minutes in length.
Playlists for each talk set are also available, if you want to watch a full talk set in its entirety. Talk sets are about 50 minutes to an hour in length.
Introduction and Opening Remarks
- Danny Edelson: Welcome to NGS (video not available)
- Janet Kolodner: The NSF Cyberlearning: Transforming Education Program
- Jeremy Roschelle: What is Cyberlearning?
- Constance Steinkueler Squire: Policy Context and Learning Technology Innovation
Talk Set 1: Learning Science Research: Brains, Games, and Communities
- Todd Rose: Variability Matters
- Tom Moher: Lightly Marinating Fifth Graders in Science Phenomena
- Jodi Asbell-Clarke: Games and Ubiquitous Science Learning Environments
- Doug Clark: Designing Games to Help Players Articulate Productive Mental Models
- James Lester: Learning and Engagement in Narrative-Centered Learning Environments
Talk Set 2: Children as Creators: Constructivism meets CyberLearning
- Chris Rogers: Teaching STEM with a Camera and a Brick or Two
- Leah Buechley: Art, Craft, and Technology
- Gina Chaves & Eric Hamilton: Teacher and Student Creativity at the Intersection of Content and Cognition
- Erik Klopfer: Mobile as a Creative Medium
- Paulo Blikstein: FabLab@School: Why Making and Building Can Bring STEM Learning Into the 21st Century
Talk Set 3: Everyday Contexts for Cyberlearning, Beyond School
- Jennifer Frazier: Creating New Genres of Museum Exhibits with Scientific Visualizations
- David Kanter: SciGames: a Technology-Enhanced Model for Bridging Informal and Formal Science Learning
- Matthew Easterday: Cyber-Civics 101
- Curt Bonk: Stretching the Edges of Technology-Enhanced Teaching
Talk Set 4: Emerging Technologies
- Cathie Norris & Elliot Soloway: Yes We Can - Now: All K-12 Teachers Enacting Learn-by-Doing By 2015
- Eric Schweikardt: Models of Complexity
- David Birchfield: Embodied Learning: Origins and Implications
- Wllliam Swartout: Virtual Humans for Learning
- Bill Finzer: The Data Science Education Dilemma
- Cliff Konold: Data Visualization: Learning to See the Invisible
Talk Set 5: Digital Books in Social Spaces with Educational Data Mining
- Neil Heffernan & Ryan Baker: Educational Data Mining
- Christine Greenhow: Help from Friends: Social Network Sites & the Future of Cyberlearning
- Michael Klymkowsky & Melanie Cooper: Making Socratic Systems Deeply Digital
- Vinay Chaudhri & Debbie Frazier: Inquire: A Biology Textbook with Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
- Chad Dorsey: Defining - and Doing - Deeply Digital Learning
Related videos by others in the cyberlearning community.
- MindShift: Chris Dede on Cyberlearning and Games
- Roy Pea, Learning in a Networked World
- Michele Pistone: The Future of Higher Education (TEDxVillanovaU)
- KQED Public Media: Cyberlearning
Slide Show of Quotes
Before the conference, attendees were asked to submit a quote about cyberlearning along with their photo for a slide in the looping slide show that played during breaks in the Summit. You can download a PDF of this looping Slide Show of Quotes.
Graphic Facilitator Drawings
The Summit talk sets were captured in a series of drawings by a graphic facilitator, [Jim Nuttle]. Click on a thumbnail to see a larger view.Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License. Attribution information: SRI International, with support from the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1132393. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.