New Gen Learning
Faculty and students in New Gen Learning (formerly ALSiNG) collaborate to develop interdisciplinary research that identifies the cultural strengths of learning by children and students from historically underserved populations and ways to leverage those strengths in formal and informal settings for learning.
One of the goals of New Gen Learning is to develop an open-access digital archive of research-based materials to support inclusive teaching and learning, to provide information to researchers and educators working at UC Santa Cruz, in preschool-to-graduate education, and informal learning. This is in collaboration with CITL.
New Gen Learning will create a library of research-informed short videos, animations, TED-like documentaries, and games to disseminate findings in an accessible language and format for the broader community.
NGL recent publication: *Basch, S., Covarrubias, R., & Wang, S. (2022). Minoritized students’ experiences with pandemic-era remote learning inform ways of expanding access. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology. Manuscript in press.
NGL recent publication: Wang, S., Lang, N., Bunch, G. C., Basch, S., McHugh, S. R., Huitzilopochtli, S., & Callanan, M. (2021). Dismantling persistent deficit narratives about the language and literacy of culturally and linguistically minoritized children and youth: Counter-possibilities. Frontiers in Education, 6, 1-19. doi: 10.3389/feduc.2021.641796
NGL congratulates Professor Barbara Rogoff on her election to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Read More
Faculty experts share pandemic-era lessons for the future of K-12. Read More