MSTU 5199: Beyond Bits & Atoms (Spring 2019)
MSTU 5199: Beyond Bits & Atoms is a new course at Teachers College in Spring 2019 that focuses on Constructionism and designing technologies for education equity and culturally diverse populations. It was previously offered at Stanford Graduate School of Education for the past 9 years.

Theory Class Syllabus: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1_PtPKYMpZaX2IVBpNIFDv2B7aPR96qTv
Lab Syllabus: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1BiV_2C0oytGgPKIUZ-j_WcF-OsbLbfJe

Enrollment for this course is based on the instructor's approval. Students interested in taking the course should fill out this form by Dec 12, 2018. Prospective students will be notified whether we can guarantee them enrollment by Dec 15, 2018. After Dec 15, if there is space in the course, we will accept students from the waitlist.

Email address *
Your name *
Your TC / Columbia uni
Your academic program and year *
Ex: Undergraduate (with major), MS in ME; PhD in Education, 3rd year
Your website, portfolio, Github, etc. (optional)
Can you take both the theory class (Wed 10-11.40am) and the lab (Wed; 12.40-2.40pm)? Students are required to take both the class and the lab. Please answer honestly. *
How important is it for you to take the class? *
Do you plan to use this class for a degree requirement? *
What is your skill level in the following? *
Prior skill level does not affect admission priority.
No experience
Novice
Intermediate
Expert
Programming
Electronics & microcontrollers
2d or 3d design software
Wood shop
Sewing & textiles
Digital fabrication (laser cutter; 3d printer; cnc)
User research in design
Graphic design
What experience do you have teaching children, working in schools, with pedagogical theory, or designing educational technologies? *
Prior experience does not affect admission priority.
What is your motivation for taking this class? *
In 200 words or less
If you have any special circumstances we should know about, you may describe them below. *
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