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Bett 2014: Emerging Technologies, Accelerants for Deep LearningDr. Wayne Grant, Director of User Experience, Intel® EducationDr. Grant serves as Director of User Experience, within the Intel Education group. Prior to joining Intel, Dr. Grant served as Chief Education Officer at PASCO Scientific where he set corporate vision and product direction for the application of technologies to science teaching and learning. Before joining PASCO, Dr. Grant was the President and founder of ImagiWorks, Inc., the first company to bring patented handheld solutions to the education market. Dr. Grant also served as a Principal Scientist at SRI International’s Center for Technology in Learning. There he led research and development of distributed, multiuser environments designed to support teacher professional growth. Dr. Grant also spent eight years as a Senior Scientist with Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow (ACOT). While with ACOT, he studied the use of forward-thinking, purpose-built hardware and software prototypes and their applications to teaching and learning. Dr. Grant received his PhD from Stanford University in the Design and Evaluation of Educational Programs with a focus on Human-Computer Interaction and his MA, also from Stanford, in Interactive Educational Technology.Read the full Bett 2014: Emerging Technologies, Accelerants for Deep Learning Lesson Plan.
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