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Day 2 - Wednesday, May 18, 2022

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What is the experience of students with education technology and virtual learning?

What do researchers need to know?


Welcome and Overview


10:00 am

 

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Kris Perry, MSW

Executive Director, Children and Screens: Institute of Digital Media and Child Development

What are students’ experiences with education technology and virtual learning?


10:05 am

 


Presentations (Prerecorded)


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Student Voices: Perspectives on Remote Learning  |  Watch Here

 

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Student Voices: Perspectives on Classroom Educational Technology  |  Watch Here

 

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Student Voices: Questions about the Future of Educational Technology  |  Watch Here


Discussants


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Discussant

Criscillia Benford, PhD

Board Member,
Fairplay

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Discussant

Anna Scattone

Teacher,
Wagner Middle School

Breakout Groups

Experiences with education technology in the classroom (sessions divided by grade levels)

10:20 am

 

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Breakout Groups

Student experiences with education technology and virtual learning, and agenda setting
(sessions divided by grade levels)


10:20 am

 


Breakout Group Leaders

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Primary School Breakout Group Leader

Detra Price-Dennis

Associate Professor of Communications, Media, Learning Technologies, and Design
Teachers College, Columbia

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Middle / High School Breakout Group Leader

Lance Mason

Associate Professor of Education,
Indiana University Kokomo

Break


11:20 am


What are the cognitive, psychosocial-emotional, and physical impacts of education technology and virtual learning?


11:30 am

 


Presentations (Prerecorded)


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Kelley Brill, MS

Educator,
Curriculum Development, Teens and Tech

Impacts of Educational Technology Use in the Classroom and During Virtual Learning   |  Watch Here


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Elizabeth Englander, PhD

Executive Director,
Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center,
Bridgewater State University

Screens, Social Media, and Mental Health in 2022   |  Watch Here


Panel Presentation

Physical Impacts of Increased Device Use in K-12 Education: A Panel Review  |  Watch Here

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Dimitri Christakis, MD, MPH

University of Washington; Seattle Children’s
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Lauren Hale, PhD

Stony Brook University
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Mark Rosenfield, MCOptom, PhD

SUNY College of Optometry
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Travis Saunders, PhD

University of Prince Edward Island

Discussants


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Discussant

Dimitri Christakis, MD, MPH

Editor-in-Chief, JAMA Pediatrics,
Director of the Center for Child Health, Behavior and Development,
Seattle Children’s Research Institute,
George Adkins Professor of Pediatrics,
Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry, and Adjunct Professor of Health Services,
University of Washington School of Medicine
 

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Discussant

Christina Conolly-Chester, NCSP

Director
Division of Psychological Services
Montgomery County Public Schools

Breakout Groups

Cognitive, psychosocial-emotional, and physical impacts, and agenda setting
(sessions divided by grade levels)


11:45 am

 


Breakout Group Leaders

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Primary School Breakout Group Leader

Heather Kirkorian, PhD

Associate Professor,
Laura M. Secord Chair in Early Childhood Development,
University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Middle / High School Breakout Group Leader

Erin Higgins, PhD

Program Officer,
Institute of Education Sciences

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Middle / High School Breakout Group Leader

Elizabeth Englander, PhD

Executive Director,
Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center,
Bridgewater State University

Experiences with virtual learning (sessions divided by grade levels)


11:45 am

 

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Speaker / Discussant

Justin Reich, PhD

Associate Professor,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Speaker / Discussant

Kristen Turner, PhD

Professor and Director of Teacher Education,
Caspersen School of Graduate Studies, Drew University

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Discussant

Joe Clement

Associate Professor,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Prerecorded Presentations


Justin Reich, PhD
Change and Continuity: Paradoxes of Pandemic Teaching with Technology   |  Watch Here

Matt Miles, MEd
Falling Short: A Review of Educational Technology’s Effectiveness during the Pandemic   |  Watch Here

Kristen Turner, PhD
Pandemic Lessons? It’s About the Art of Great Teaching   |  Watch Here

Report Out


12:45 pm

Breakout Group Leaders



Closing remarks by: Kris Perry, MSW, Executive Director, Children and Screens: Institute of Digital Media and Child Development