- Jakita Owensby: Jakita's work at GA Tech focused on supporting students as they interpreted and applied expert cases to solve problems. She is now on the faculty at Spelman College.
- Kristin (KK) Lamberty: Kristin's work at GA Tecj focused on understanding how to get and keep students engaged with a design medium for learning. She is now on the faculty at University of Minnesota at Morris. Her DigiQuilt software, which allows students to design patchwork quilt blocks while learning about fractions, is still under development and being used in several classrooms around the country.
- Tammy Clegg: Tammy's work at GA Tech involved creating Kitchen Science Investigators, developing software for students to use as they are learning chemistry through cooking, documenting participants' journeys towards thinking about themselves as scientific reasoners, scientific chefs, and kitchen scientists, and identifying the influences along that journey. She is now a post-doc at University of Maryland in Allison Druin's lab.
- Christina Gardner: Christina's work at GA Tech involves creating Kitchen Science Investigators, developing software for students to use as they are learning chemistry through cooking, documenting participants' learning, and identifying affordances for and obstacles to learning in learning-by-doing learning environments.
- Swaroop Vattam: Swaroop, still a student at Georgia Tech, but working with Ashok Goel now, was the creator of SimCARS, our first version of software in support of learning to explain complex phenomena.
- Jason M. Williams: While at GA Tech, Jason developed and tested software for students to use on handheld computers in the course of scientific testing.
- Oriana Williams: