Tag Archives: gender

Artist, Engineer, & Activist Leah Buechley In-residence at CMK 2015

Constructing Modern Knowledge is thrilled to announce Dr. Leah Buechley as a guest speaker at CMK 2015, July 7-10,2015 in Manchester, NH.  As is the tradition at Constructing Modern Knowledge, Leah will not just speak, but spend time working with institute participants! Leah Buechley is a designer, engineer, artist, and educator whose work explores intersections […]

Time to Honor a Technology Pioneer!

The enormous contributions made by women to every facet of society need to acknowledged and celebrated. From equal pay, to political leadership, inclusion in history, corporate governance and participation in S.T.E.M. activities, women continue to get the short end of the stick. There are countless efforts to to make progress in the struggle for gender […]

Cynthia Solomon, EdTech Heroine

There’s chatter from time-to-time within the edtech community about the lack of women in prominent roles. Yet, some of the most important pioneers in the field are ignored, overlooked or marginalized by the very same educators seeking representation and role models. If Seymour Papert is the “father of educational computing,” then Dr. Cynthia Solomon is […]