Jason Yip

Jason Yip

Associate Professor of Digital Youth

University of Washington - Seattle, The Information School

Jason Yip is an associate professor at the Information School and adjunct associate professor in Human Centered Design & Engineering in University of Washington. His research examines how technologies can support parents and children learning together. He is a co-principal investigator on a National Science Foundation Cyberlearning project on designing social media technologies to support neighborhoods learning science together. He is the director of KidsTeam UW, an intergenerational group of children (ages 7 – 11) and researchers co-designing new technologies and learning activities for children, with children. Dr. Yip is the principal investigator of a Google Faculty Research Award project that examines how Latino children search and broker online information for their English-language learning parents. Finally, Dr. Yip is the recipient of the Jacobs Foundation Early Career Research Fellowship 2020 – 2022 and National Science Foundation CAREER. Dr. Yip has earned 12 best paper awards and nominations in top conferences such as ACM SIGCHI, ACM CSCW, International Conference of the Learning Sciences, and iConference. He is the winner of two University of Washington teaching awards and nominated for outstanding graduate mentor. He is a senior research fellow at the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop. He holds a B.A. (2001) in chemistry and M.S.Ed (2002) in science and math education from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Ph.D. (2014) in curriculum and instruction f

Tuesday, April 5, 2022

3:50 pm
 - 
4:30 pm

Tip of the Spear: Early Childhood (In Partnership with Sesame Workshop)

Panel
Harbor C, Level 2