Richard R. Halverson is an associate professor in educational leadership and policy analysis at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. His work aims to bring the research methods and practices of the learning sciences to the world of educational leadership by exploring how to access, document, and communicate the practical wisdom of school leaders. Halverson was a teacher and a school administrator in suburban Chicago, and has earned an MA in philosophy and a PhD in the learning sciences from Northwestern University. He is a recent recipient of a National Science Foundation Early Career Award to investigate how school leaders work with teachers to create the capacity for using student achievement data in daily practices of teaching and learning.
- Competitive Fandom in Action: How Fantasy Baseball Is Really Played
- Leadership and Games and Games for School Leadership
- Chair, Games in History Classrooms (Friday, 2 p.m.)
- Chair, Panel (Friday, 4 p.m.)