I am a fourth-year doctoral student at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) in the Human Development, Learning and Teaching strand. My interests lie at the intersection of computer science education, constructionism, and classroom communities. Rooted in the learning sciences, I look to understand and support K-12 teachers and students when they face challenges in learning computing together. I work with Dr. Karen Brennan and the Creative Computing Lab and Dr. Danielle Allen and the Democratic Knowledge Project. This fall, I can also be found co-teaching T550: Designing for Learning by Creating, and in spring 2020 I’ll be teaching a new course called Online Learning Communities. I organize at HGSE for the Harvard Graduate Student Union and I’m also on the Editorial Board for the Harvard Educational Review.
Previously, I was a Fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, and I also hold an Ed.M. in Technology, Innovation, and Education from HGSE and a B.A. in Linguistics from Yale University. Sometimes, I read things and write about them. Outside of work, I like to make things and teach yoga. To get in touch, you can find me at haduong (at) g (dot) harvard (dot) edu.
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