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Amanda LaTasha Armstrong

New Mexico State University
Games Lab Coordinator
New Mexico
Amanda LaTasha Armstrong earned her master’s degree in child development with a specialization in administration from Erikson Institute. Currently, she is a doctoral candidate at New Mexico State University (NMSU) in the College of Education’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction. Her research interests include the intersection of early childhood, learning design and technology, and issues of culture and diversity. She is NMSU’s Learning Games Lab coordinator, where she leads user-testing sessions and teaches summer sessions focused on game design and evaluation with youth. Amanda is also a Research Fellow with New America's Education Policy Program and a NSF CADRE Alum.

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