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Co-Director, Center for Technology in Learning
Jeremy Roschelle, Ph.D., is co-director of the Center for Technology in Learning at SRI International. In his research, Roschelle examines the design and classroom use of innovations that enhance learning of complex and conceptually difficult ideas in mathematics and science. Through cognitive science-based research on the Envisioning Machine and later SimCalc, he has explored how computer-based representations can make the mathematics of change and the related physics of motion accessible to many more students. Two running themes in his work are the study of collaboration in learning and the appropriate use of advanced or emerging technologies (such as component software and wireless handhelds) in education.
Roschelle specializes in the design and development of integrated interventions to enhance learning of complex and conceptually difficult mathematics and science; learning sciences-based research in mathematics education, on collaborative learning, and with interactive technology; and the management of large-scale multiyear, multi-institutional research and evaluation projects.
His B.S. degree in computer science is from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His Ph.D. in learning sciences is from the University of California, Berkeley.
Roschelle was named an SRI Fellow in 2008.