Florence Sullivan


Florence Sullivan is a Professor of Learning Technology and Chair of the department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her primary research interest regards student learning processes with computational media including collaborative learning, collaborative creativity, creative problem solving, and computational thinking. Dr. Sullivan is the author of Creativity, Technology, and Learning: Theory for Classroom Practice, published by Routledge. She is currently serving as the PI on a National Robotics Initiative grant focused on developing and engaging in research of a co-robotics curriculum for middle school aged children. She is also the Co-PI on a National Science Foundation CSforAll grant that focuses on teacher co-design of CT-integrated curriculum at the elementary level.