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LDT Expo

Each summer, LDT students showcase their master’s projects at a lively event that draws a crowd of education and tech professionals, potential investors, and curious community members. Students show off their work while gaining valuable feedback from people in the field.

See the projects from EXPO 21.

Save the date for EXPO 22!

Friday, July 29th from 4 to 6 pm PDT

Center for Educational Research at Stanford

LDT master’s projects

Word Explorer

Word Explorer: Building words to build vocabulary

School texts contain over 85,000 distinct words.  Luckily,  students who understand how words are built can study one word and learn many for free. Word Explorer is a web-based game that...

WorkshopDeck

WorkshopDeck: The building blocks of an excellent workshop

Workshop facilitators often struggle with identifying the appropriate learning goals, creating engaging activities, and sequencing those activities. WorkshopDeck supports facilitators in...

Together Math

Together Math: Do math together, even when you’re apart

Preschoolers’ math skills are powerful predictors of future academic success. Home is the key learning environment, but barriers such as time and parental math anxiety can limit positive math...

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