People in CRLT

Administrative Team

Collaborative Faculty

Project Personnel

Graduate Assistants

 

 

Administrative Team

 


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Cindy Hmelo-Silver

 
Director, CRLT; Barbara B. Jacobs Chair & Professor, Learning Sciences
Eigenmann Hall Room 543
Phone : (812) 856-8335
School of Education Bio
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Publications List of publications in Google Scholar
Department:  Counseling and Educational Psychology

 




 

Sean Price

 

Business Manager
Eigenmann Hall Room 530
Phone : (812) 856-2314
 
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Lori Parker

Purchasing Representative/ Administrative Assistant
Eigenmann Hall Room 527
Phone : (812) 856-5377
Fax: (812) 856-0862
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Ed Gentry

 

 
Project Manager for Creativity Labs and Grant Writer for CRLT
Eigenmann 526
Phone : (812) 856-1543
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Collaborative Faculty

 


Thomas Brush

Barbara B. Jacobs Chair in Education and Technology, Professor & Chair, IST
W.W. Wright Education Building Room Wright Ed Bldg 2236
Phone : (812) 856-8458
Fax: (812) 856-8239
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Department:  Instructional Systems Technology

 


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James Damico

Department Chair & Associate Professor of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education
Faculty
W.W. Wright Education Building Room Education 3028
Phone : (812) 856-8267
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Department:  Literacy, Culture, & Language Education


Joshua Danish

 
Associate Professor
W.W. Wright Education Building Room Wright Ed Bldg 4040 Eigenmann Hall Room 517
Phone : (812) 856-8330
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Department:  Counseling and Educational Psychology


Krista Glazewski

 
Associate Professor
W.W. Wright Education Building Room Wright Ed Bldg
Phone : (812) 856-8457
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Department:  Instructional Systems Technology


Amy Hackenberg

 
Associate Professor of Mathematics Education
W.W. Wright Education Building Room Education 3060 Eigenmann Hall Room 510
Phone : (812) 856-8223
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Department:  Curriculum and Instruction


Dan Hickey

 
Associate Professor; Program Coordinator, Learning Sciences Program; Adjunct Faculty, Cognitive Science Program
Eigenmann Hall Room 501
Phone 1: (812) 856-2344
Phone 2: (812) 322-3436
Fax: (812) 856-8333
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Department:  Counseling and Educational Psychology


Erik Jacobsen

 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education
W.W. Wright Education Building Room 3058
Phone 1: (812) 856-8149
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Department:  Curriculum and Instruction


Adam Maltese

 
Associate Professor of Science Education / Adjunct Faculty in Geological Sciences
W.W. Wright Education Building Room 3054 Eigenmann Hall Room 509
Phone : (812) 856-8059
Fax: (812) 856-8116
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Department:  Curriculum and Instruction


Kylie Peppler

 
Associate Professor
W.W. Wright Education Building Room Wright Ed 4024 Eigenmann Hall Room 528
Phone 1: (812) 856-8381
Phone 2: (812) 856-0953
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Department:  Counseling and Educational Psychology


Karen Wohlwend

 
Associate Professor of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education
W.W. Wright Education Building Room Education 3042 Eigenmann Hall Room 533
Phone : (812) 856-8275
Fax: (812) 856-8287
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Department:  Literacy, Culture, & Language Education

 

Project Personnel


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Janis Watson

 
Staff
Eigenmann Hall 535
Phone : (812) 856-1092
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Shenshen Han

 
Staff
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Rafi Santo

 
Staff
rsanto (at) indiana.edu
Rafi is interested in new media, interest-driven learning, and online participatory cultures. His current research focuses on innovation processes in the education sector.

 

Graduate Assistants


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Sophia Bender

sobender(at)indiana.edu
Sophia is interested in the role of creativity and engagement, promoting STEM equity through alternative approaches to learning and the inclusion of student interests (e.g., fan culture) in education. She hopes that, through her work in the Labs, she will help to make school more exciting for kids!


Chris Georgen

cgeorgen (at) indiana.edu

Chris Georgen is a doctoral candidate in the Learning Sciences Program at Indiana University Bloomington. His current work focuses on the role of play in doing, being, and learning in analog, digital, and mixed reality contexts. He has collaborated on several game designs for both learning and recreation.

 

Andrea Gomoll

 


agomoll90 (at) gmail.com

Andi Gomoll is a graduate research assistant in Cindy Hmelo-Silver’s 4C lab. Andi entered Indiana University after a year of teaching experience (4th grade and preschool). Andi strives to create learning experiences that bridge the many curriculums of our lives and that open the door for connections across contexts. She is interested in problem-based learning, the use of technology for learning, and learner identities.


Joey Huang

huang220 (at) indiana.edu

Joey is a doctoral candidate in the Learning Sciences program at Indiana University. Joey is interested in studying how culture might underlie the practices of computational thinking and how the design of learning context could support collaborative learning. With the teamwork in the Center of Learning on Research and Technology, she hopes to create more interesting and inspiring learning environments.


Andi Rehak

amstrack (at) indiana.edu

Andi Rehak studies college student learning and identity development in the first years of college life. By combing perspectives from both the learning sciences and higher education communities, Andi aims to utilize learning theory to inform practice in higher education.


Asmalina 'Lina' Saleh

asmsaleh (at) indiana.edu


Naomi Thompson

naothomp (at) indiana.edu
Naomi’s background in psych, education, and arts led to interest in informal spaces and crafting and making to encourage STEM participation. She is working on BioSim and systems thinking though play and embodiment. Ask about her interest in crochet!


Anna Keune

anna.keune (at) gmail.com

With a background in participatory design of digital media learning tools in Europe and India, Anna is passionate about participatory making. Her work focuses on maker culture, documentation practices of youth at makerspaces across the US, and co-designing equitable curricular approaches for making.

Suraj Uttamchandani

 

sjuttam25 (at) gmail.com

Suraj Uttamchandani currently studies higher education online and math education through a social lens. He is passionate about discourse analytic methodology and seeks to understand the relationship in higher education between global institutional practices and local classroom approaches to teaching.


Mishael Sedas​

Mishael is a doctoral student with a BS in Mechanical Engineering from BYU. While helping people in developing nations attain access to education he developed an interest in the creation of innovative technology to foster learning, especially in STEM subjects and low-income populations.


Anthony Phonethibsavads​

Tony is a specialist in creativity theory and assessment. He has worked on projects involving the measurement of creativity beliefs and stereotypes.


Jessica McKeown


Yuxin Chen


Erin Tolar


Fetiye Aydeniz


Chris Andrews


Jinqing Liu


Kirstin Helstrom


Meagan Humburg


Rebecca Borowski


Xintian Tu


Sukanya Suksak


Bria Davis