- Services & Solutions
- Clients & Partners
Andrew E. Krumm
Education Researcher, Center for Technology in Learning
Andrew Krumm, Ph.D., is an education researcher in SRI International’s Center for Technology in Learning. He is a learning scientist specializing the implementation of learning technologies and the use of data in K-16 learning environments. Krumm has firsthand experience building learning analytics-based interventions and has published several papers on using data to inform educational practices.
One strand of his research uses design-based research methods to examine how data is used and made sense of to support teachers’ instructional decision making and students’ self-regulated learning strategies. A second strand of his research addresses organizational factors that affect the success of instructional interventions. A third strand uses theories of organizational change and learning to examine the translation of policies into practice in K-12 schools and universities.
- Ph.D., learning technologies, 2012, The University of Michigan
- M.A., instructional technology, 2007, University of Northern Iowa
- B.A., elementary education, 2005, University of Northern Iowa
- Research Associate, Usability, Support, and Evaluation (USE) Lab, The University of Michigan (2007–2012)
- Graduate Student Instructor, Instructional Technology, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Northern Iowa (2005–20007)
- Research on the Use of Khan Academy in Schools
- Enhancing Student Success in Online Learning
- Modeling Social Complexity in Engineering Education
- Michael & Susan Dell Foundation’s Blended Learning project