Personal profile


Ph.D. in Human Development, University of Pennsylvania

Ed.M. in International Education Policy, Harvard University

B.S. in Psychology, Colorado State University


Research Interests

My research investigates learning, teaching, and measurement in the Global South and how the appropriate use of technology can better support positive learning ecologies. My current research interests include early grade reading models in developing countries, the effects of education policies and organizational structures on student outcomes, and the application of advanced technologies for education.


EPOL380: Education and Social Justice

CI446: Culture in the Classroom (Current, SP)

EPOL500: Proseminar for Doctoral Studies in Education Policy, Organization & Leadership

EPOL520: Education and Globalization (Current, FA/SP)

ERAM582: Evaluation with Applied Survey Methods II (Current, SP)

EPOL590: Information and Communication Technologies for Education Development in Global Perspective (Bi-annual, SP)


Education/Academic qualification

Visiting Assistant Professor, Evaluation Faculty, Fundação Cesgranrio

May 2018Aug 2018

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education, University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education

Jun 2017May 2018


  • T Technology (General)
  • Learning Technologies
  • Global South
  • Policy action
  • H Social Sciences (General)
  • evaluation methodologies
  • Global South
  • Measurement
  • Policy action
  • literacy
  • learning


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