Erica Halverson

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Erica Rosenfeld Halverson

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Erica Rosenfeld Halverson


Educational Psychology (EdPsych)
Curriculum and Instruction (CI)

144-D Teacher Education Building  binoculars icon
225 N. Mills St.
Madison, WI 53706-1706
Office: 608/262-5210
Fax: 608/263-9992

erhalverson@education.wisc.edu

Education

Ph D, Education - Learning Sciences
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL

BS, Speech - Theatre
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL


 

 

Scheduled Teaching

  • Fall 2009 - Identity and Learning
    Course Prefix: 315, Course Number: 711, Section: 6, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Graduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
     
  • Spring 2009 - Qualitative Research Methods in the Learning Sciences
    Course Prefix: 315, Course Number: 711, Section: 6, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Graduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
     
  • Fall 2008 - Doctoral Research Program Proseminar
    Course Prefix: 315, Course Number: 711, Section: 8, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Doctoral, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
     
  • Fall 2008 - Human Abilities and Learning
    Course Prefix: 315, Course Number: 301, Section: 3, Maximum Credit Hours: 3, Course Level: Undergraduate, Course Delivery Mode: Lecture
     

Publications

  • Halverson, E.R. (2010). Detypification as identity development: The dramaturgical process and LGBTQ youth. Journal of Adolescent Research. 25(5), 635-668.
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  • Halverson, E.R., & Gibbons, D. (2010). "Key moments" as pedagogical windows into the video production process. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education. 26(2), 69-74.
  • Halverson, E.R., & Halverson, R.R. (in press). Competitive fandom: The case for fantasy baseball. Games and Culture. 3(3-4), 286-308.

Presentations

  • Halverson, E.R., & Halverson, R.R. (2010, July 17). Digital media and the future of schooling, Wisconsin Association of School Boards Presidents’ Conference, Rhinelander, WI.
  • Halverson, E.R. (2010, May 02). Artistic production processes as venues for positive identity development, American Educational Researchers Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
  • Halverson, E.R. Why it's better to not know any better: My journey from community arts to academia, Knapp House seminar dinner, Madison, WI.
  • Halverson, E.R. What’s so revolutionary about online education?, Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth, Madison, WI.
  • Halverson, E.R., & Nathan, M.J. Curriculum design: The backwards design process, Medical Education Day, UW-Madison School of Medicine, Madison, WI.
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