Bron Stuckey has been engaged in educational community and games in learning development for the past 15 years. She is now a post doctoral research fellow of the Arizona State University Center for Games & Impact. She has worked to explore virtual worlds, games in learning and how we can cultivate identity, agency, citizenship, leadership, and community for students and teachers. Her role in the global educational communities of PLANE, The Massively Minecraft Project and Quest Atlantis has lead to some breakthrough understandings about how gaming and digital citizenship need to be treated as a lived curriculum. Bron speaks internationally on issues of games in learning and gamification.
Bron can be found as @bronst on Twitter.
Dr. Bron Stuckey
Specialist in Game Play, Gamification, Communities of Practice, Learning Communities, Teacher Professional Development. More about Bron
Cameron is the Head of Learning & Teaching, responsible for the strategic leadership of learning and teaching, innovation, and promoting excellence in teaching practice, at Shore School in Sydney. He has taught in the teacher education program at Harvard and now leads a study group at the annual Project Zero Classroom. He holds four Masters degrees, including a Masters in Education from Harvard University, he has received several awards for leadership and teaching, and he was a top fifty nominee for the Global Teacher Prize in 2015. He is a Fellow of the Australian Council for Educational Leaders and the Australian College of Educators.
Cam can be found as @cpaterso on Twitter.
Masters in Education from Harvard University, Specialist in Reggio-inspired approaches, Protocols for professional conversations | Cameron's blog