How People Learn: A New Look #AAASmtg Hosted by: Nora Newcombe, Zewelanji Serpell, Cora Marrett, Annemarie Palincsar Image
"Different cultures place different value on learning by copying/creating, doing/observing, talking/listening, explaining/acting" which can all lead to differences in approaches during cognitive tasks. #AAASmtg
"The key to understanding learning is to have an appreciation for variability and to meaningfully consider variability in its many forms." - Zewelanji Serpell
"A substantial amount of research has shown that facts are better able to be acquired [not by rote learning but] when they are related to other facts and other things about the world." - Rob Goldstone
"Providing the access to technology is just the tip of the iceberg...you have to provide professional development and support, make sure you have equitable access, and need to look at what you are actually assessing and evaluating." - Barbara Means @DigitalPromise

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Sep 27, 2020
✨🧵✨ After that insane response to my job news - here’s a thread about how I ended up at my dream job w/Disney & an illustration of why an untraditional path to tech should never stop you (& is maybe better?):
When I was little I loved computers/math/science/the brain/language. My mom was a school psychologist so she always called me her little speech therapist (which makes sense bc to her that was a job that she knew of that involved language).
From the time I was 7yo I was that kid that stomped around saying ‘I’m going to be a speech pathologist!’ I still liked math/science/computers, but figured I could worry about that later.
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Jun 21, 2020
I went to the 50th Anniversary of The Walt Disney Archives exhibit @BowersMuseum today! Here is a thread of some of the cool Disney history straight from @TWDCArchives (including the first ticket ever purchased at Disneyland!😱) : Image
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Jun 15, 2020
Twenty years ago I said ‘one day’ & today I said ‘day one.’ ImageImage
First picture is me this past weekend right outside Disney’s Grand Central Creative Campus, where I would have worked if we were in non-covid times.
Second picture is what my mom refers to as my ‘first publication’, a book I made when I was 7 years old that’s filled with reasons why I love Disney.
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Mar 12, 2020
I can't believe I used to avoid using code from tutorials. Please do NOT think this is plagiarizing if you're first starting out in data science. Once I started pulling bits+pieces from different tutorials for my personal projects, it was unbelievable how quickly I started 1/4
understanding concepts. By pulling a few lines here and there from different tutorials doing 'the same thing' I start to see what is actually happening in the code and adjust it accordingly for my use. 2/4
Oftentimes this results in something that doesn't even look like where the tutorial started.

Please also always be sure to give credit where credit is due + comment on tutorial pages. 3/4
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Jan 4, 2020
What do you think is the most commonly used word in @theofficenbc? What about by character?

Check out some word clouds I made of our fav characters from #TheOffice using the new #shRute package 👩🏻‍💻

Bonus: How many times do you think Michael actually said "That's what she said"?
@theofficenbc Michael Scott's most commonly used words (the larger the word the more it was used) for all seasons of The Office: ImageImage
Jim's most used words: ImageImage
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Jun 4, 2019
Literally getting my phd at the only university designed for deaf and hard of hearing students in the world, all of my classes, lectures, comps, defenses, and proposals are in sign language and, even with almost four years’ experience with this...
I learn something new about this culture and language every. single. day. The depth and complexity is equivalent to that of any spoken language culture and, in my humble opinion, tends to be vastly more interesting.
I think bc it INSTANTLY challenges any person’s preconceived (unconscious) notion of what language is.
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