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Shelley Goldman (Professor)

Shelley Goldman (650) 723-8422
Personal bio
Shelley Goldman studies learning in and out of school, and applies findings to the development of teaching and learning environments. Goldman's work focuses on creating opportunities for rich math learning, and understanding how design thinking and technologies can increase access to and transform learning. Goldman is on the faculty of the Learning Design and Technology master's degree program and the Learning Sciences and Technology Design doctoral program. She is also, by courtesy, faculty in Mechanical Engineering-Design Track. Shelley has been involved in the founding of three public schools (an alternativ

Currently teaching
EDUC 291: Learning Sciences and Technology Design Research Seminar and Colloquium (Spring)
EDUC 333A: Understanding Learning Environments (Autumn)
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