Bryan Sanders, Ed.D.

Doctor of Education, Researcher, and Teacher in Los Angeles, California

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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.

Connect with me on Twitter, ResearchGate, or LinkedIn to work on positively impacting how children learn.

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.

I have a project for sharing lesson plans as well as a discussion group focused on rethinking education.

  • Work
    • St. James’ Episcopal School
  • Education
    • Loyola Marymount University
    • University of California, Santa Cruz