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K. Bret Staudt Willet PhD Student, Michigan State University Email - Twitter - Github - LinkedIn - Google Scholar Keywords: social constructivism, social media, teacher education Education Michigan State University, College of Education PhD, Educational Psychology & Educational Technology - 2021 MA, Educational Technology - 2015 Graduate Certificate, Serious Game Design and Research - 2014 Bucknell University, College of Arts & Sciences BA, Mathematics & Sociology - 2003 Further Training Doctoral Colloquium - 2018

Coursework: PhD in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology

I am currently in the midst of completing my coursework for a PhD in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology through Michigan State University’s College of Education. For now, I want to list each course, and hopefully down the road I’ll get chance to write about my experience in each. Theory and History CEP 900: Proseminar in Learning, Technology and Culture Summer 2016 Instructors: Dr. Cary Roseth, Dr. Matthew Koehler

Coursework: Master of Arts in Educational Technology

In 2015, I completed a Master of Arts degree in Educational Technology through Michigan State University’s College of Education. Here I offer a bit of my experience in each course. The “CEP” before the course number stands for “Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education,” the name of the department in the College of Education.” CEP 800: Psychology of Learning in School and Other Settings Summer 2013 Instructors: Dr. Hannah Klautke, Dr.

Coursework: Graduate Certificate in Serious Game Design and Research

In 2014, I completed a 3-course Graduate Certificate in Serious Game Design and Research through Michigan State University’s College of Communication Arts and Sciences. Here I offer a bit of my experience in each course. The “TC” before the course number stands for “Telecommunications,” the old department name in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences before they changed it to “Media and Information.” TC 831: Theories of Games and Interaction for Design Fall 2012