Luke Konkol

Instructional Designer

CL 405

Luke's pedagogical interests include: active learning; culturally responsive/relevant pedagogy (CRP); games, simulations, and reenactment; learning pathways; data visualization; digital/virtual heritage; authoring; the performative aspects of teaching and learning; classroom culture; and ungrading.

Luke is also a graduate student in anthropology at UW-Milwaukee. His research interests include culture theory including prosocial evolution; games, play, and playfulness; institutions; and social action. His thesis explores the emergence of game-like experiences through playfulness among historical reenactors.

In merging these interests, Luke remains especially interested in the role of playfulness and consensus-building in a diverse, equitable, and inclusive classroom.