Remi Holden is a teacher educator and learning scientist whose interests and design-based research concerns learning across settings, educators’ design of games, and mobile learning.
As Assistant Professor of Information and Learning Technologies at the University of Colorado Denver School of Education and Human Development, Remi was recently named a Creative Research Collaborative Fellow and is also a member of the University of Colorado’s President’s Teaching and Learning Collaborative. Working with local K-12 educators and school districts, Remi has launched DesignMAP – or Design for Mobility Advancing Practice – a research-practice partnership supporting classroom teachers in designing mobile learning for interdisciplinary inquiry and civic engagement across school, online, and community settings.
Remi earned his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Education, his M.A. with the University of Michigan-Flint’s Technology in Education: Global Program, and a B.A. with department honors from Earlham College. He maintains a strong connection with the UW-Madison Games Learning Society Center, where he co-chairs the national Playful Learning Summit. He is also a co-founder of the University of Michigan’s Institute for Innovation in Education, and – with colleagues from UM’s Interactive Communications and Simulations Group – has designed and facilitated educational technology projects on four continents.