Amber Levinson

Amber Levinson
Amber Levinson
TELOS (Stanford GSE) & the Joan Ganz Cooney Center

Amber Maria Levinson, Ph.D. is Research Associate at Stanford Graduate School of Education where she helps to lead the TELOS initiative (Technology for Equity in Learning Opportunities). She is also Postdoctoral Scholar at the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop, where she contributes to the Families and Media Project. Her recent research examines how Hispanic-Latino immigrant families use media and opportunities for technology to support intergenerational language learning. Previously she worked with Dr. Brigid Barron on ethnographic studies of youth media creators and digital citizenship as part of the Digital Youth Network. Amber has a background in language teaching, media education, and media production, and is passionate about design and creating tools that support language minority families and other underserved groups.

Speaking in

May
23
Week 9: Supporting Home-School Connections through Technology
Carlin Llorente, Eric Cuentos, Ben York, Amber Levinson
5:30pm to 8:00pm

CERAS 101 - The Learning Hall, 520 Galvez Mall, Stanford, CA 94305

  • Carlin Llorente
  • Eric Cuentos
  • Ben York
  • Amber Levinson

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