University of Washington

Research Assistant

Jordan Sherry-Wagner is a doctoral student in Learning Sciences and Human Development. His research interests revolve around science education, philosophical discourse, identity development, and everyday learning in early childhood. He is particularly interested in how meaning is co-constructed through discursive practices and how educators can open up spaces for relational ways of knowing that align with emerging understandings of complex socio-ecological systems. He received his M.Ed. in Learning Science and Human Development from the University of Washington in 2015 and is also the Director of a local Early Learning Center where he contributes to axiological change in early learning from another vantage point.

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