Part-time Assistant Professor
Loretta Wolozin’s driving professional interest is ‘how people learn.’ She graduated from Parsons’ MFADT program (2002) and also has a Master’s Degree (MAT) in English Literature and California Standard Secondary School Teacher’s Credential. She is part-time Parsons faculty, teaching MFADT thesis (2002-current) and Design Team member, Quest to Learn School (Q2L). As a founding member of Q2L she is co-author of Quest to Learn: Developing the School for Digital Kids (2011: The MIT Press). In her prior life she was Senior Sponsoring Editor for K-12 Teacher Education books and materials at Houghton Mifflin (Boston). Her projects and publications include: Video: In Classrooms (HM); Parsons Thesis Project: On a Full Moon: Integrating Story and Literacy Skills; StoryKaleidoscope: Character Point-of-View; Quest to Learn Design Dimensions Rubrics; "Look Duck Feet: Kinderboard on Kindertable Goes to School" http://www.tiesmagazine.org/archives/dec_2002/pdf/dec_2002_DuckFeet.pdf; Literacy Inventory Protocol: Pedagogical Tool for Iterative Prototype Design, presented at the CHIkids IDC conference (2005) http://www.daimi.au.dk/~evae/Blandat/Intet/posters/wolozin.pdf. Her current research focusses on how learning happens and deepens with interactive, digital art.