Executive Director of Learning Science Research, Digital Promise
Dr. Roschelle applies learning science theories and methods to understand how, when and why technology can enable improved teaching and learning. He is nationally and internationally recognized for groundbreaking research in computer-supported collaborative learning; learning with connected, mobile devices and technology in mathematics learning. He has conducted rigorous efficacy research on personalized, adaptive learning, on online homework tools and on dynamic visualizations for mathematics learning. His 25 years of research experience have led to over 125 publications and nine patents, resulting in 23,000 citations to his contributions. Roschelle has a long-standing role as associate editor for the Journal of the Learning Sciences and leads a large community of National Science Foundation-funded projects in the area of AI in education. From his previous role as co-director of the Center for Technology in Learning with Dr. Means, he brings extensive experience in growing productive research organizations and leading complex, multi-institutional research and development teams funded by the National Science Foundation, Institute for Education Sciences, philanthropies and leading educational technology companies.