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Juan Pablo Sarmiento

Part-Time Faculty

Administration, Leadership, and Technology

Juan Pablo Sarmiento is an educational researcher, film editor, and educator. He has taught courses on Creativity, Design Thinking, Visual Communication, and Film at PUC-Chile. He is a doctoral student at NYU Steinhardt's Educational Communications program focusing on the study of creativity, and participatory design for Learning Analytics.

He is a researcher at the LEARN research network, participating in projects for a student-facing dashboard, and on skill-building around faculty-facing learning analytics. He is also involved in research and development projects at NYU's Office of Student Success, researching Leave of Absence students and developing content to improve student's social-emotional skills. He has also worked as a video ethnographer and documentarian, both in research and film projects.

Selected Publications

  • Wise, A. F., Sarmiento, J. P. & Boothe Jr., M. (2021). Subversive Learning Analytics. In Proceedings of the 11th International Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference. Nominated for best short paper. (In Press).
  • Sarmiento, J. P., Campos, F., & Wise, A. F. (2020). Engaging students as co-designers of learning analytics. (Best Practitioner report in the 10th international learning analytics and knowledge conference)
  • Santo, R., Sarmiento, J. P., & Ahn, J. (2018). Projected Worlds: How Informal Digital Learning Organizations Conceptualize Organizing Youth Futures. International Society of the Learning Sciences, Inc.[ISLS].
  • Ahn, J., Santo, R., Sarmiento, J. P. et. al. (2019). Reclaiming Digital Futures. [Report and website]. 


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