Newell-Simon Hall 2612
I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. My core research revolves around optimizing the use of technology in classrooms to enhance learning experiences by augmenting teachers capabilities. My current research explores various aspects of Computer-Based Learning Platforms (CBLPs), specifically the components that interface with teachers. This involves streamlining classroom orchestration, developing crowdsourcing tools for efficient feedback and instruction generation, and investigating teacher assessment of student work. I'm interested in exploring how various factors at the teacher, class, and student levels might contribute to biased and unfair evaluations.