Assoc. Dean/Assoc. Professor, Linguistically Diverse Education, University of Denver
As I earned my doctorate in Communication, specializing in the social, cultural, and historical basis of learning and development, I had the opportunity to work with many wonderful teachers, researchers, and scholars at the Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition, at the University of California, San Diego. My work there with the development of technology based learning environments offered me the opportunity to work with many colleagues and community members in California, Colorado, across the US, and in Mexico, Sweden, Denmark, and Spain. As you might have guessed, I have a broad view of culture that assumes that we each participate in many cultures and we all have a great deal to learn from one another.
Bio excerpted from University of Colorado
- Nocon, H. D. (2004). Sustainability as process: community education and expansive collaborative activity. Educational Policy, 18(5), 710-732.
- Nocon, H. (2005). Productive resistance: Lessons from after school about engaged noncompliance. American Journal of Education, 111(2), 191-210.
- Nocon, H. (2008). Contradictions of time in collaborative school research. Journal of Educational Change, 9(4), 339-347.
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