Maurice Boothe Jr.

Maurice Boothe Jr.
New York University | NYU · Department of Administration, Leadership, and Technology

M.A. Digital Media Design for Learning
Designer, researcher, and educator who thoughtfully constructs learning experiences by leveraging games and technology.

About

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Education
September 2019 - May 2021
New York University
Field of study
  • Digital Media Design for Learning & Games for Learning
September 2018 - August 2019
Indiana University Bloomington
Field of study
  • Learning Sciences, Media, & Technology
September 2009 - May 2015
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Field of study
  • Spanish Education & Computer Science

Publications

Publications (8)
Conference Paper
This paper puts forth the idea of a subversive stance on learning analytics as a theoretically-grounded means of engaging with issues of power and equity in education and the ways in which they interact with the usage of data on learning processes. The concept draws on efforts from fields such as socio-technical systems and critical race studies th...
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Providing feedback for collaboration activities is divided between theoretical studies of individual constructs and empirical tools that provide feedback. This paper proposes a pragmatic framework that strives to bridge this divide by providing a set of both comprehensive and comprehensible constructs that can be estimated through multimodal learni...
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Learning a new language is an asset for which the benefits have been well documented. However, our educational institutions struggle to provide the opportunities that enable our students to achieve meaningful levels of fluency and proficiency. Mistoria is an initial proposed design solution that leverages the affordances of Second Language Acquisit...
Conference Paper
This paper proposes an overarching framework for automated collaboration feedback that bridges theory and tool as well as technology and pedagogy. This pragmatic and theory-driven framework guides our thinking by outlining the components involved in converting theoretical collaboration constructs into features that can be automatically extracted an...
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This paper provides an overarching framework representing the relationships between theory and tool, technology and pedagogy, and contextual dependence and independence. An extension of this framework guides our thinking by outlining the components involved when attempting to "close the loop" between theoretical knowledge and tools in practice. A p...
Thesis
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Learning a new language is an incredibly valuable asset for which the benefits have been clearly presented. However, our educational institutions struggle to provide the opportunities that enable our students to achieve a meaningful level of fluency and proficiency. While there have been other approaches to bridge this discrepancy, Mistoria leverag...
Preprint
Full-text available
Learning a new language is an incredibly valuable asset for which the benefits have been clearly presented. However, our educational institutions struggle to provide the opportunities that enable our students to achieve a meaningful level of fluency and proficiency. While there have been other approaches to bridge this discrepancy, Mistoria leverag...

Projects

Projects (2)
Project
Exploring how feedback and learning analytics are used intentionally within educational games to support learning objectives.