- Insook Han
INSOOK HAN, Ed.D., is an Assistant Professor of instructional technology at Temple University. Her primary research interests involve the design of learning environments based on embodied cognition, the use of emerging technologies in classrooms, and preservice education for technology integration. Previous publications include: Han, I. (2020). Immersive virtual field trips in education: A mixed-methods study on elementary students’ presence and perceived learning. British Journal of Educational Technology, 51(2), 420–435; and Han, I., Byun, S-Y., &, Shin, W. S. (2018). A comparative study of factors associated with technology-enabled learning between the United States and South Korea. Educational Technology Research and Development, 66(5), 1303–1320.
- Timothy Patterson
TIMOTHY PATTERSON, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of social studies education at Temple University, where he primarily teaches courses in social studies methods and the history of education. His research interests include teacher education in the social studies, particularly related to global education and international professional development. Previous publications include: Patterson, T., & Shuttleworth, J. (2019). The (mis)representation of enslavement in historical literature for elementary students Teachers College Record, 121(4), 1–40; and Patterson, T. (2015). The transformative power of travel? Four social studies teachers reflect on their international professional development. Theory and Research in Social Education, 43(3), 345–371.