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Zoom In was created by Education Development Center, Inc.’s Center for Children and Technology (EDC/CCT), in collaboration with the American Social History Project at City University of New York.
EDC's Center for Children and Technology (EDC/CCT) is a group of media researchers, teachers, and designers, based in New York City, who have been working with schools and teachers to improve the circumstances in which teaching and learning occur, with and without technology, for three decades. EDC/CCT conceived Zoom In’s design; tested prototypes in classrooms; managed the production of lessons, Web tools, and teacher support materials; and conducted a national field study to test its efficacy.
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Key EDC/CCT staff include:
Bill Tally, Ph.D., Project Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim Diamond, Ph.D., Senior Instructional Designer email@example.com
Valentine Burr, Senior Curriculum Writer firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeffrey Nelson, Senior Editorial Writer email@example.com
Katie Culp, Ph.D., Research Director
Noah Goodman, Director of Teacher Outreach firstname.lastname@example.org
Heather Kim, Production and Research Associate email@example.com
John Parris, Senior Designer firstname.lastname@example.org
American Social History Project (ASHP) is one of the country’s foremost centers for scholarship and teaching about U.S. history. Based at the City University of New York, for more than 30 years ASHP has written books, produced documentaries, created digital and online programming, and organized teacher professional development programs that expand how people learn U.S. history and illuminate the ways that working people and “ordinary” Americans shaped the nation’s past. ASHP historians and history educators created each Zoom In lesson, informed by the latest scholarship, and grounded in decades of work with history teachers in real classrooms.
Key ASHP staff include:
Ellen Noonan, Ph.D., Instructional Designer and Curriculum Developer email@example.com
Leah Potter, Instructional Designer and Curriculum Developer
Peter Mabli, Curriculum Developer
Heather Wilson, Curriculum Developer
Isa Vasquez, Administrator
Zoom In's website was developed by the creative designers and programmers at Blenderbox.
The development of Zoom In was supported by a generous grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Videography by Town Square Films
Additional videography by Kouross Esmaeli
Splash video music by Brendan Walsleben
Splash video titles by Madeline Bearzi