Doris Santoro is Associate Professor and Chair of the Education Department at Bowdoin College. She combines philosophical inquiry with qualitative research to study the meaning and dilemmas teachers encounter in their work. She is currently working on a book manuscript tentatively titled Re-moralizing Teaching in Demoralizing Times and co-editing a book on teachers' principled resistance. Her work has been published in American Journal of Education, Curriculum Inquiry, Educational Theory, and Teachers College Record. Doris is Senior Associate Editor for the American Journal of Education and serves on the Board of Directors for the John Dewey Society.
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Jessica is an Assistant Professor at Pratt Institute School of Information. She teaches courses on teaching and learning in libraries, literacy, whether and how to use technology for instruction, and intersectional theory. Research interests include the nexus of youth culture and technology, informal literacy practices, discourses of teaching and teachers, and feminist and intersectional theories and practices. Recent publications include "School Library Nostalgias" in Curriculum Inquiry and "Collaborative Pedagogies: LIS Courses and Public Library Partnerships" in The Critical Pedagogy for Library Instruction Handbook (forthcoming from Library Juice Press, 2016).
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Stephen Houser is Director of Academic Technology and Consulting at Bowdoin College. He brings extensive experience in software development, data networking, and information technology project management to the #teachertweets project. Stephen has taught numerous courses in computer science, including data communications, operating systems, mobile development, and robotics.
His professional and research activities fall into three broad categories: management/leadership, software (mobile) development, and digital studies. Stephen's keenness for interdisciplinary work leads him to frequently cross the borders of computer science and technology in order to creatively apply or modify the tools and approaches of computing in fields such as art, gaming, and communication.
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Bridget is a recent graduate of Pratt Institute's School of Information where she studied user-experience research and data visualization. Combining a creative background in theatrical costume design and a new found love of spreadsheets and open-source data sets, Bridget is dedicated to making complex data beautiful and above all understandable.
See more of Bridget's work at bridgetgavlin.com
Dinah Handel received her MLIS from Pratt Institute in June 2015. She worked on the #teachertweets project from September 2014 to May 2015, and co-presented initial findings from the project at the Association of Information Science and Technology (ASIST) annual meeting in November, 2015.
Roya Moussapour is a senior at Bowdoin College majoring in Physics and minoring in Teaching. Roya was the first Gibbons Fellow from Bowdoin College involved with the #teachertweets project and worked on it during the summer of 2014.
Diego is a Junior at Bowdoin College and is working towards a degree in Mathematics with a minor in Computer Science. As a Gibbons Fellow he will be working on the #teachertweets project for the summer of 2016.
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