Marcela Borge is an assistant professor in Learning, Design, and Technology at Pennsylvania State. She received her Ph.D. from UC Berkeley in Education in Math, Science, and Technology. She has taught and conducted research in elementary and middle schools and enjoys working with young children. One of her main interests is in understanding how technology affects students’ social and cognitive development and using technology to provide engaging and cognitively rich learning environments for young students. | YongJu Jung is a graduate student in the Learning, Design, and Technology program. She has worked at Shaver’s Creek, studying how families learn about science in informal settings. She is interested in understanding how young children learn in natural settings and how they think about design problems. Shulong Yan is a PhD student of Learning, Design & Technology at Pennsylvania State University. She holds a Masters degree in Childhood Education & TESOL in U.S. and childhood education teaching certification and bilingual education certification in New York State. Her research interests include games and learning, cognitive support, and collaborative learning environments.