IFCE Professor Randall Glading Presents Research Paper on Classes Without Walls Project
Isabelle Farrington College of Education Professor (IFCOE) Randall Glading attended the 7th Annual International Conference on Education and e-Learning in Singapore last month. The event was organized by the Global Science and Technology Forum. Glading presented his research project, “Virtual Desegregation: An Early Assessment of the Classes Without Walls Project.” The project involves Bridgeport and Trumbull students in grades 3-5 who work together on group projects face-to-face via the internet. Glading was awarded “Best Research Paper” at the conference.
The Classes Without Walls initiative is an extensive group project. Glading works in collaboration with IFCOE faculty Kristen Rainville, Karen Waters, Eric Freedman and Bonnie Maur. Design of the classeswithoutwalls.com website is managed by Christine Gehrlein.
From left are Farrington College of Education Professors Karen Waters,
Randall Glading, Kristin Rainville and Eric Freedman