Academic Publication

DISSERTATION

Thanapornsangsuth, S. (2020). Making Community: Culturally Relevant Constructionist Design for Low-income Thai Public Schools (Doctoral dissertation, Columbia University). https://doi.org/10.7916/d8-v78s-xp68

PUBLICATIONS IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS  

Thanapornsangsuth, S., & Holbert, N. (2020). Culturally relevant constructionist design: exploring the role of community in identity development, Information and Learning Sciences, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/ILS-02-2020-0024

Holbert, N., Thanapornsangsuth, S., & Villeroy, M. (2017). Challenges and Tradeoffs When Engaging Young Makers With Constructing for Others. International Journal of Designs for Learning, 8(1).

Literat, I., Conover, A., Herbert-Wasson, E., Page, K., Riina-Ferrie, J., Stephens R., Thanapornsangsuth, S. & Vasudevan, L. (2017). Toward multimodal inquiry: opportunities, challenges and implications of multimodality for research and scholarship, Higher Education Research & Development 37(3), 565-578.

PUBLICATIONS IN PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 

Thanapornsangsuth, S., Zheng, Y. & Holbert N. (2021). Understanding Youth’s Personal Connection to Data in a Game-like Assessment System through Learning Analytics and Qualitative Analysis. Proceedings of the 2020 Connected Learning Summit. Cambridge, MA. [PDF]

Thanapornsangsuth, S. & Holbert N. (2020). Culturally Relevant Constructionist Design: A Design Principle for Low-income School-based Maker Experiences. International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) 2020. Nashville, TN. [PDF]

Thanapornsangsuth, S. & Holbert N. (2020). Lessons from a Teacher: Culturally Relevant Teaching in a Constructionist Classroom. Proceedings of Constructionism 2020. Dublin, Ireland. [PDF]

Thanapornsangsuth, S. (2020). Sensory Storytelling. Proceedings of Fablearn Asia 2020. Bangkok, Thailand. 

Thanapornsangsuth, S. & Holbert N. (2019, March). Making Community: Following in the footsteps of the Thai King. In Proceedings of the 8th Annual Conference on Creativity and Fabrication in Education. ACM. [PDF]

Thanapornsangsuth, S. & Holbert N. (2018). Exploring girls’ values and perspectives in making for others. Proceedings of Constructionism 2018. Vilnius, Lithuania. [PDF]

Thanapornsangsuth, S., Holbert, N., & Chan, M. (2018). Towards girls’ self-perception in technology and craft: Challenges and implications. Proceedings of Constructionism 2018. Vilnius, Lithuania. [PDF]

Davey, C., Thanapornsangsuth, S., & Holbert, N. (2018). Making Together: Cultivating community of practice in an all-girls constructionist learning environment. Proceedings of Constructionism 2018. Vilnius, Lithuania [PDF]

Holbert, N., & Thanapornsangsuth, S. (2018). Expanding the maker movement by recentering “building for others” in construction activities. In J. Kay & R. Luckin (Eds.), Rethinking Learning in the Digital Age: Making the Learning Sciences Count, 13th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) 2018 (Vol. 1, pp. 488–495). London, UK: International Society of the Learning Sciences. [PDF]

Thanapornsangsuth, S. & Holbert, N. (2017). Bots for Tots: Young girls’ perceived versus actual competency in technology and making. In Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children. Stanford, CA: ACM. [PDF]

Thanapornsangsuth, S. (2016, October). Using Human-centered design and social inventions to find the purposes in making. In Proceedings of the 6th Annual Conference on Creativity and Fabrication in Education (pp. 17-25). ACM. [PDF]

Thanapornsangsuth, S. (2016). Compassion and empathy through inventions: GoGo Board Toolkit for 7-10 years old.Proceedings of Constructionism 2016: Bangkok, Thailand. [PDF]

Thanapornsangsuth, S. & Laitavorn, Y. (2016). Little Builders: Empowering at-risk children by building and design. Proceedings of Constructionism 2016: Bangkok, Thailand. [PDF]

Thanapornsangsuth, S. FabLearn (2015). Teaching Thai At-Risk Students to Design and Create Technology. Digital Fabrication in Education Conference, Stanford University: Palo Alto, CA. [PDF]

BOOK CHAPTER 

Riley, E., Holbert, N., Thanapornsangsuth, S. (2019). Building knowledge and relationships through building toys for others. Meaningful Making 2: Projects and Inspirations for Fab Labs and Makerspaces. Constructing Modern Knowledge Press.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Thanapornsangsuth, S. & Holbert N. (2018). Exploring girls’ values and perspectives in making for others. Proceedings of Constructionism 2018. Vilnius, Lithuania.

Davey, C., Thanapornsangsuth, S., & Holbert, N. (2018). Making Together: Cultivating community of practice in an all-girls constructionist learning environment. Proceedings of Constructionism 2018. Vilnius, Lithuania

Thanapornsangsuth, S. (2017, April). Little Builders: Making and Design with Purpose. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

Thanapornsangsuth, S. (2016, October). Using Human-centered design and social inventions to find the purposes in making. In Proceedings of the 6th Annual Conference on Creativity and Fabrication in Education (pp. 17-25). ACM.

Joo, S., & Thanapornsangsuth, S. (2016). Slow Pitch: An EdTech Design ThinkTank: Wiki Talki. South by Southwest Conference and Festival (SXSWedu). Austin, TX.

Thanapornsangsuth, S. FabLearn (2015). Teaching Thai At-Risk Students to Design and Create Technology. Digital Fabrication in Education Conference, Stanford University: Palo Alto, CA.