In "Mini Moments with Big Thinkers," leading figures in Teachers College's history discuss groundbreaking ideas, research and initiatives born at the College during the past half-century. The Mini Moments are drawn from the College’s Oral History Project, a collection of more than 90 videotaped interviews conducted by Melanie Shorin and Jessica Wiederhorn, the principals of The Narrative Trust, a private firm that conducts and captures the oral histories of institutions, communities and individuals. Produced in conjunction with TC’s Department of Development and External Affairs, the Mini-Moments are airing throughout 2013.
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Mini Moments With Big Thinkers
Sandra Okita, Assistant Professor of Technology and Education in TC's Department of Math, Science & Technology, is an expert on the learning partnership between individuals and technology, and how technology intersects with learning and instructional processes. She has worked at the Honda Research Institute in Tokyo designing and testing robots for educational settings.
To learn more about Sandra Okita, read:
When a Teacher Is 2 Feet Tall (Wall Street Journal)
Engineering Better Playdates (Computer, published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)
Robots That Get it Wrong (TC Today magazine)
Learn more about technology-related work at Teachers College by visiting the Department of Human Development and checking out the spring 2012 issue of TC Today magazine, "Rewiring the Learning Landscape."
Premiered on 4/15/2013