Brenton Jackson

Brigham Young University

Brenton Jackson is a masters student in BYU's Department of Instructional Psychology and Technology. His work centers on applying open educational resources to equity problems in education, as well as studying distinctions of worth in design practice. Creating this online book about equitable practices for K-6 teachers is the focus of his thesis. A native Virginian and adopted Bostonian, Brenton enjoys astrophotography and writing music in his spare time.

Publications and Content by Brenton Jackson

Making Meaning in My Classroom