Bryan Sanders, Ed.D.
Doctor of Education, Researcher, and Teacher in Los Angeles, California
Starting in the mid-1990s as an educator, I continue to work and refine my practice. I blend critical theory, technology, and constructivism.
I received my doctorate in Education from Loyola Marymount University. My dissertation, Toward a Unified Computer Learning Theory -- Critical Techno Constructivism, merges seminal texts by John Dewey, Paulo Freire, and Seymour Papert.
From my doctoral research, I developed a toolkit to help students and teachers have meaningful constructivist control of their schools.
Listen to my five minute podcast series on teaching and learning and school.
I currently work with elementary school students in an inclusive approach to computer programming, robotics, and game design (PRGmD).
With my colleague, Dr. Elizabeth Reilly, I wrote an article about doctoral education and community-based learning.