Matthew Worwood

Matthew Worwood

About

Matthew Worwood
Associate Director of Digital Media & Design, Stamford
Assistant Professor in-Residence, Digital Culture, Learning, & Advocacy - Stamford 

Education: Doctor of Education candidate, Johns Hopkins University, Education Technology, 2020

Areas of Research/Artistic Focus: Learning Sciences and Diffusion of Education Technology

Matthew Worwood is Associate Director of UConn Digital Media & Design, Stamford and a doctoral student at Johns Hopkins University. As a research practitioner in the learning sciences, Matthew's past work includes the documentary Creativity in Education: Exploring the Imbalance, collaborating on the design and development for the Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, and founding the Connecticut Student Film Festival. More recently, Matthew co-founded the Class of 2032 project, produced a documentary that explores schooling for a Digital Culture, served on the advisory committee for the NMC Horizon Report, published a chapter on the principles of Design Thinking, and launched Digital Media CT, a statewide education initiative to support Connecticut’s film, television, and digital media industry. Matthew also serves as an executive board member of the Everwonder Children’s Museum, and blogs at DadsforCreativity.com.