As Director of Research, Dr. Takeuchi oversees research projects and partnerships for the Joan Ganz Cooney Center. A learning scientist by training, she conducts research on how children use technology across the various settings of their lives, and the implications these tools hold for their cognitive, social, and identity development. Lori started at the Cooney Center as a postdoctoral fellow after earning her Ph.D. in the Learning Sciences and Technology Design program at Stanford University. She has also spent more than a decade designing and producing curriculum-based science software in the greater Boston and San Francisco Bay areas. Before that, she managed the Instructional Television Department at New York’s Thirteen/WNET. Lori holds an A.B. in Communication from Stanford and Ed.M. in Technology in Education from Harvard.
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