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Natalia Collings, Ph.D.

  • Education
  • Ph.D. in Learning, Technology and Culture, Michigan State University
    • Courses Taught
    • EDU 393: Learning Theory in Elementary Education
    • EDU: 614: Advanced Educational Psychology
    • EDU 662: Advanced Educational Measurement and Evaluation
      • Research Interests
      • Cultural historical theory originated by Lev Vygotsky in its historical and contemporary interpretations, and its implications for informing and teaching educational psychology
      • Using cases to teach educational psychology
        • Recent Publications
        • Collings, N. (Ed.) (2018). Cases of teaching and learning across and beyond K-12 settings. NY: Peter Lang.
        • Collings, N. (2018). Rudimentary functions: Important reminders of history and relationship. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 11(1), 125-136.
        • Collings, N. (2017). Supporting students in writing, sharing and learning together from their own cases. International Journal of Case Method Research & Application, 29(3), 165-172.

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