Brenda Bannan

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PhD, Pennsylvania State University
Associate Professor
Instructional Design and Technology
Learning Technologies Design Research

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Dr. Brenda Bannan is an Associate Professor in the Instructional Technology/Learning Technologies Design Research programs at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, USA. Her research interests primarily revolve around the articulation of integrated design and research processes in learning technology design and development. She is the author of numerous articles and book chapters on the emerging method of design research in education related to areas such as mobile learning, augmented reality, inquiry-based instruction, language learning and cognition, motivation and special education. Dr. Bannan has been invited as a keynote speaker for conferences in China, Canada, Peru and the U.S and serves on the international program committee of the Association for Learning Technologies (ALT) in the United Kingdom. She also serves on review and editorial boards of various academic journals such as the International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning, Educational Technology Review and Development, The Journal of the Learning Sciences and the British Journal of Educational Technology among others. Dr. Bannans honors include designations such as a National Science Foundation CAREER grant awardee, an invited member of the international research panel on design research at Bejiing Normal University and East China Normal University in Shanghai and an appointed visiting scholar at Stanford Universitys Design School. Dr. Bannan has supervised numerous learning technology design and development projects and has recently conceptualized and launched along with faculty colleagues an innovative Ph.D. program entitled Learning Technologies Design Research at GMU focusing on an R&D model for emerging technologies such as mobile learning, game-based design, as well as design process, design research and diffusion of innovations research.

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  • Design-based research
  • Mobile and Augmented Reality learning environments
  • Design Processes
  • Innovative methods of teaching instructional design and development

http://withstuff.ru/kirensk-kupit-uskoritel.html Recent Publications

  • Bannan, B., Cook, J. & Pachler, N. (in press). Reconceptualizing design research in the age of mobile learning. Interactive Learning Enviroments
  • Bannan, B., (in press). Analyzing context for mobile augmented reality prototypes in education: promoting design research with graduate students. In J. Traxler and A. Kukulska-Hulme (Eds.) Mobile Learning: The Next Generation.
  • Martínez-Álvarez, P. & Bannan, B. (2013). An exploration of hybrid spaces for place-based geomorphology with latino bilingual children. Journal of Geoscience Education 
  • Martínez-Álvarez, P., Bannan, B. and Peters-Burton, E.E. (2013). Effects of strategy instruction on fourth grade dual language learners’ ability to monitor their comprehension of scientific texts. Bilingual Research Journal 35(3), 331-349.
  • Bannan, B. (2013).  GO Inquire – Geological Observational Inquiry: Cycles of Design research in inquiry-based geological reasoning. In T. Plomp & N. Nieveen (Eds.), Educational Design Research: Introduction and Illustrative Cases.  Enschede, Netherlands; SLO Netherlands Institute for Curriculum Development, 2nd Edition.
  • Evmenova, A.  & Bannan, B. (2013).  ACTIV - Adapted Captioning through Interactive Video: Cycles of Design Research. In T. Plomp & N. Nieveen (Eds.), Educational Design Research: Introduction and Illustrative Cases.  Enschede, Netherlands; SLO Netherlands Institute for Curriculum Development, 2nd Edition
  • Martínez-Álvarez, P., & Bannan, B. (2013). Blending practices: DBR and CALL to enrich emergent bilingual learners’ concept and language development. Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO), Volume 11 pp. 127-156
  • Bannan, B. (2012). Design research and twice exceptional children: Toward an integration of motivation, emotion and cognition factors for a technology-based intervention. In Dai, D.Y. (Ed.), Design Research on Learning and Thinking in Education Settings: Enhancing Intellectual Growth and Functioning. Mahwah, N.J.; Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Martinez, P., Bannan, B. & Kisantas, A. (2012). Bilingual students ideas and conceptual change about slow geomorphological changes caused by water. Journal of Geoscience Education 60, 54-66.
  • Martinez, P., Peters, E., Bannan, B. & Baek, J. (2011) Learning to observe in a geomorphological context. Science Activities.
  • Bannan, B., Peters, E. & Martinez, P. (2010). Mobile, Inquiry-based learning and geological observations: An exploratory study. International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning 2(3), 13-29.
  • Bannan-Ritland, B. (2009). The integrative learning design framework: An illustrated example from the domain of instructional technology. In T. Plomp & N. Nieveen (Eds.), An Introduction to Educational Design Research. Enschede, Netherlands; SLO Netherlands Institute for Curriculum Development.
  • Bannan-Ritland, B. (2008). Teacher design research: An emerging paradigm for teachers professional development. In A. E. Kelly, R. A. Lesh, & J. Baek (Eds.), Handbook of design research methods in education: Innovations in science, technology, mathematics and engineering. Mahway, NJ: Taylor & Francis.
  • Bannan-Ritland, B. & Baek, J. (2008). Investigating the act of design in design research: The road taken. In A. E. Kelly, R. A. Lesh, & J. Baek (Eds.), Handbook of design research methods in education: Innovations in science, technology, mathematics and engineering. Mahway, NJ: Taylor & Francis.
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