SALTISE 3rd Annual Conference

June 12th (8h30 to 17h30)

Conference Keynotes

Carl Bereiter

Professor Bereiter is a celebrated educational research and scholar, and professor emeritus at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. He is one of the pioneers of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL). In collaboration with Marlene Scardamalia, he introduced and developed the theory of knowledge building. He is one of the founders and leading researchers of the Institute of Knowledge Innovation and Technology. His educational contributions to the field are profiled in Fifty Modern Thinkers on Education.

Noah Finkelstein

Professor Finkelstein is a physics education researcher who studies the role of context and conditions that support or inhibit student learning in physics. He is one of the directors of the Physics Education Research group at University of Colorado, Boulder. He is also director of Colorado’s Integrating STEM Education program, which supports a variety of programs in STEM Education research and reform at Colorado.

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