Ed.D Instructional Technology & Media, Columbia University (2010)
M.A. Computing and Education, Columbia University (1999)
B.A. English, Colby College (1993)
Ed Tech Ma Project
Introduction To Computer Programming
Programming Web-Based Educational Media
social media, software affordance theory, technology and culture, philosophy of education
Curinga, M., & Saravanos, A. (2016). Mobile First Instructional Design. In D. Mentor (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Mobile Learning in Contemporary Classrooms. IGI Global.
Curinga, M. (2016). The MOOC and the Multitude. Educational Theory, 66(3), 369–387.
De Freitas, E., & Curinga, M. (2015). New materialist approaches to the study of language and identity: Assembling the posthuman subject. Curriculum Inquiry, 45(3), 249–265.
Curinga, M., & Auchter, K. (2015). Designing PyTutor: A Social Tutor to Support Computer Science Education Through Collaborative Study. In Lindwall, P. Häkkinen, T. Koschman, P. Tchounikine, & S. Ludvigsen (Eds.), Exploring the Material Conditions of Learning: The Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) Conference 2015 (Vol. 2, pp. 833–834). Gothenburg, Sweden: The International Society of the Learning Sciences.
Battaglia, D., Curinga, M., Minicozzi, L., Vaughn-Shavuo, F., McCarthy, M. J., & Zarco, E. (2015). From laptop to tablet: a study of university faculty use of iPads to support instruction. Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning, 9(2).
Curinga, M. (2014). Critical analysis of interactive media with software affordances. First Monday, 19(9).
Sullivan, I., Garrison, J. R., & Curinga, M. (2011). Wikiotics: the interactive language instruction Wiki. Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration (pp. 223–224).
Auchter, K., Groves, H., and Curinga, M. (2015). Opening OER to more students through computer supported peer tutoring. The sixth international conference on Open Education, Cardiff, Wales, April 14-15, 2015.
Curinga, M. (2014). Networks, design, and solidarity. The Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Cultural Studies Association (US), Salt Lake City, May 29-31, 2014.
Curinga, M. (2013). The MOOC and the Multitude. The 2013 Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Francisco, April 27 - May 1, 2013.
Curinga, M. (2012). Hacking Education, in Symposium Technology to Change Society: What Not to Do. Hackers On Planet Earth: Hope 9, New York City, July 13-15, 2012.
Curinga, M. (2012). To know is not important: Ivan Illich and Jacques Rancière’s relational pedagogy. Presented at The 2012 Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, Vancouver, Canada.
Curinga, M. (2011). Building the learning commons: education as the work of producing open learning materials. Mobility shifts: an international future of learning summit. The New School, New York, October 10-16, 2011.
Hoffman, D., Saravanos, A., Hung, A. C. Y. and Curinga, M. (2011). Examining the importance of spatial contiguity and implicit learning in educational game design. Presented at Games+Learning+Society (GLS) 7.0, Madison, WI, June 15-17.
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.
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..
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