- Department of Curriculum & Instruction
- LT Media Lab
Dr. Doering is a professor in learning technologies and co-director of the Learning Technologies Media Lab. He holds the Bonnie Westby-Huebner Endowed Chair in Education and Technology and is a laureate of the prestigious humanitarian Tech Awards. Aaron is also an Institute on the Environment (IonE) fellow. He has delivered education on sustainability and climate change to more than 10 million students by dogsledding and pulking over 5,000 miles throughout the circumpolar Arctic since 2004.
Aaron gives hundreds of talks each year on adventure learning, design, online learning and motivation.
Articles by Aaron Doering, Ph.D.
In my last post for ImprovingLives.org in 2016, I detailed an expedition I led in the Canadian Arctic as part of a larger adventure learning initiative called The Changing Earth. […]
This past April, I led a four-person team that traveled more than 170 miles across the Canadian Arctic, from Arctic Bay to Pond Inlet. We used snowshoes and skis, braving […]
With GIS technology and adventure learning, educators have an incredible opportunity to reach beyond the classroom. Students can engage hands-on in field research – and share it with their peers […]
Today students, educators, researchers, policy makers and community members all have access to learning environments never before seen. These environments are made possible through adventure learning. They provide discussion spaces […]