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Research-Practice-Industry Partnerships: A co-design approach to accelerated improvements

Gus Schmedlen (Merlyn Mind), Emily Schindler (University of California-Irvine), Adrian Rodriguez (TVT Community Day School), and Dr. Christina Luke Luna (Digital Promise) on Research-Practice-Industry Partnerships: A co-design approach to accelerated improvements at the 2021 ASU+GSV Summit.Research-Practice-Industry Partnerships (RPIPs) are a new approach to product development that brings together relevant learning science theories and rapid-cycle research methods. In this panel, participants will hear from the researchers, developers, and educators who engaged in the pilot, and learn the benefits of such a partnership to rapid design cycles, teacher practice, and advancing research methodologies.

ASU+GSV 2021

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