School of Education, Room 138
University of Colorado Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309
Kerri Wingert is a postdoctoral associate in the Learning Sciences. She received her PhD from the University of Washington in 2017, an M.Ed from Concordia University (2010). She has taught science and English as a Second Language in public schools in Omaha, Houston, and the UK. Dr. Wingert is deeply concerned with helping teachers and school systems enact more socially just instructional practices, and she studies how teachers enact new pedagogies to support ELLs and speakers of minoritized languages. As a learning scientist and former teacher, Dr. Wingert studies how to rethink traditional “spray-and-pray” models of professional learning through design-based implementation research. In her spare time, she (quietly) roots for the Nebraska Cornhuskers and rides her bicycle.
Wingert, K. (2016). How can I foster curiosity and learning in my classroom? Through talk! STEM Teaching Tools. Retrieved from http://stemteachingtools.org/brief/35
Wingert, K. (2016). Designing assessments for emerging bilinguals. STEM Teaching Tools. Retrieved from http://stemteachingtools.org/brief/33