Svihla, V., Gomez, J.R., Watkins, M.A., & Peele-Eady, T., (7/2019). Characterizing framing agency in design team discourse. Proceedings of the ASEE 126th Annual Conference and Exhibition.
Svihla, V., Gomez, J.R., Watkins, M.A., & Peele-Eady, T., (6/2019). Characterizing framing agency in design team discourse. Paper presented at the ASEE 126th Annual Conference and Exhibition, Tampa, FL.
Svihla, V., Peele-Eady, T., & Chen, Y. (4/2019). Agency in Framing Design Problems. AERA Annual Meeting, Toronto, ON, Canada.
Svihla, V. & Kubik, T. (accepted 9/2018). Sailing in Open Waters: Choosing, Charting, and Navigating Constructionist Learning Experiences. In N. Holbert, M. Berland, & Y. Kafai (Eds.), Constructionism in Context.
Svihla, V. (9/2019). Pyrite & Gold. UNM Advisor Institute, Albuquerque, NM. [Keynote]
Gravel, B. & Svihla, V. (4/2018). Big problems, real problems: Fostering heterogeneous engineering practices through whole-class design problems. AERA Annual Meeting, New York, NY.
Svihla, V. & Peele-Eady, T., (3/2018). Finding consequential agency in design talk. BYU's Instructional Psychology & Technology department 2nd second annual Paper & Poster Party (PPP), Provo, UT.
The Wrong Theory Protocol (WTP) The Wrong Theory Protocol is a design thinking tool to help you get unstuck and have better, more empathetic design ideas. You can follow the details on developmenthere. Download a print-cut-and-fold zine version of the Wrong Theory Protocol:
Svihla, V. & Chen, Y. (2/2019). Materiality in the making, Super STEM Saturday, Albuquerque Convention Center.
Svihla, V. (2/2019). Wrong theory design, Guest lecture in CBE 499: Adaptive Design. H. Canavan.
Svihla, V. (10/2018). Wrong theory design, Innovation day at the Albuquerque Rail Yards Market.
James, J. O. (7/2018). Indigenous Social Engineering to Engage Wicked Problems. Positive Youth Development: The intersection between theory and practice. http://www.honorearth.org/pyd-newmexico. [J.O. James incorporated wrong theory into his workshop].
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. EEC 1751369. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.