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Paulo Blikstein - Assistant Professor of Education and (by courtesy) of Computer Science

Bio-X Affiliated Faculty

Dr. Blikstein's research interests include:

  • Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning
  • Digital Fabrication for education, FabLabs, and the Makers' Movement, open source hardware
  • Multimodal learning analytics, big data in education
  • Bifocal Modeling, modeling and simulation for science learning
  • Constructionist, project-based learning
  • Low cost educational technologies for developing countries (ICT4D)
  • Cognitive computational modeling, agent-based modeling, complexity sciences
  • Equity, technological fluency, critical pedagogy, computational literacy