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Loretta Wolozin

Loretta   Wolozin

Part-time Assistant Professor

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  • 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"; Literacy Inventory Protocol: Pedagogical Tool for Iterative Prototype Design, presented at the CHIkids IDC conference (2005) Her current research focusses on how learning happens and deepens with interactive, digital art.



    Current Courses

    Thesis Studio 1

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