Special LCL discussion with Jaleesa Trapp - Tuesday May 24th

Special session this Tuesday!

We are really excited that Jaleesa Trapp, PhD student in Lifelong Kindergarten at MIT, will be sharing her work with us on Tuesday, May 24th, at 10:00-11:00AM ET Boston time. She studies how youth of color engage with technology, and works to foster equitable learning experiences and access to STEM.

Everyone is welcome to join. Jaleesa will share about her work in the main room, and then we will go into breakout rooms by language, and then come together to share reflections and questions back in the main room.

You can learn more about Jaleesa’s work on her MIT page and in her master’s thesis, Uncovering Hidden Pathways.

All of our live events are independent and self-contained. No matter if you’ve participated previously in a live event or not, please join us if you can!

Hope to see you there!
The LCL Team