Day Greenberg

Assistant Professor

Learning, Design, and Adult Education
Academic Programs:
Learning Sciences
Research Areas:
Critical and participatory qualitative approaches and methods, informal learning environments, out-of-school STEM, science centers and museums, the maker movement, participatory community design, RPPs
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About Me

Day Greenberg joins the School of Education as an Assistant Professor of Learning Sciences. Dr. Greenberg researches justice-oriented youth learning and development in STEM outside of school, with a particular focus on museums and science centers, community organizations, summer programs, and youth media. This approach to research centers design-based, critical ethnographic, and participatory approaches and methods. Dr. Greenberg earned a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology from Michigan State University.

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