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MATTHEW CURINGA

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

EDUCATION, RUTH S. AMMON SCHOOL OF

HARVEY HALL
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Diplomas/Degrees

Ed.D Instructional Technology & Media, Columbia University (2010)
M.A. Computing and Education, Columbia University (1999)
B.A. English, Colby College (1993)

Recent Courses

Digital Literacies
Ed Tech Ma Project Debate Score & Timer
Ed Tech Ma Project Programming Pytutor
Educational Technology Integrative Masters Project
Programming Web-Based Educational Media
S/T: Mooc Design Studio

Research Interests

social media, software affordance theory, technology and culture, philosophy of education

Invited Presentation/Lecture

Sullivan, I. and Curinga, M. (2010, November). Wikiotics language lesson assembly studio. Mozilla Drumbeat Festival: learning, freedom and the web. Barcelona, Spain..

Curinga, M. (panelist) (2010, August). Pedagogical freedom. DebConf10: Debian, Free Software, and Education. New York..

Curinga, M. (2009, May). Education – Software – Freedom. EdLab Seminar. Columbia University, New York..

Curinga, M. (2006, December). The STEPS+G and CTELL technical architectures: possibilities for building interactive language software. Second International Roundtable on Digital Language Learning. Tamkang University, Taiwan..


Conference Presentations/Papers

Curinga, M. and Sarvanos A. (2010). Lessons learned from using a wiki as a course management system. In The 41st ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education. Milwaukee, WI.

Curinga, M. (2009). Wikipedia and Jacques Rancière’s philosophy of radical equality. In Wikimania 2009 (pp. 8). Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Kleifgen, J., Curinga, M., and Kaun, K. (2008). STEPS to literacy for emergent bilinguals: integrating web-based and curricular support for Latino middle-school writers. In American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.

Kleifgen, J., Curinga, M., and Kaun, K. (2007). Multimodal Resources for Writing: Students Taking First STEPS+G. In Annual Meeting of the American Education Association. (pp. 29). Chicago, IL.