Book party celebrates publications by Lobman, O’Neill and Martinez


Carrie Lobman, Barb O'Neill and Jim Martinez

Friends, family and colleagues gathered on Friday, November 18, to raise a glass to celebrate the publication of two books, hot off the presses:  A Performatory Approach to Teaching, Learning and Technology, by Jaime E. (Jim) Martinez, Ph.D. and Play and Performance (Play and Culture Studies Vol.11), edited by Carrie Lobman, Ed.D. and Barbara E. O’Neill, Ph.D. Lobman is the Institute’s director of pedagogy; O’Neill is a graduate of the postgraduate therapist training program.  Martinez, a member of the Institute’s faculty, leads the popular Revolutionary Conversation, “Collaboration 3.0.”

In their various faculty locations at Rutgers University (Lobman), Brooklyn College (O’Neill) and New York Institute of Technology (Martinez), these three talented (and beloved) teachers advance a playful and collaborative approach to learning that leads development — an approach inspired by Lev Vygotsky and his postmodern collaborators, Newman and Holzman.

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About Janet Wootten

Janet Wootten is a media and public relations professional, a member of the Institute’s Board of Directors and a leader of its annual community fundraising campaign.
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One Response to Book party celebrates publications by Lobman, O’Neill and Martinez

  1. Gayle Weintraub says:

    Congrats to all of you! So proud,….can’t wait to read the book! Sorry couldn’t make it to the party!!! Here’s to continued growth and development~

    Gayle Weintraub

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