Brandon White is a doctoral candidate in English at the University of California, Berkeley, where his theoretical interests in pedagogical history intersect with inquiries in applied educational technology. His work and research in learning analytics primarily concerns language recasting as deployed in student writing, and as taken up by educational theory, linguistics, and psychology. He is particularly invested in developing methods for identifying, isolating, and weighing markers for students’ success based on their written content. Before coming to Berkeley, he was a Teaching and Learning Fellow at Brandeis University, where he also earned his Master’s degree in Cultural Production, and continued to work as a consultant in educational technology for Research and Instruction Services. He is the author of a number of peer-reviewed publications and has served on several advisory committees for teaching and learning in higher education.
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