Dr. Danielle Herro is an Assistant Professor of Digital Media and Learning in the Eugene T. Moore School of Education at Clemson University. Dr. Herro is an Edmund W. Gordon/MacArthur Foundation Fellow for 21st Century Learning and Assessment, and an invited Playful Learning Fellow. Dr. Herro, who earned her PhD in Curriculum & Instruction at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, teaches about social media, games, and emerging technologies. She codesigned and opened Digital Media and Learning and Gaming Labs at Clemson. Her current research involves investigating stealth assessment in games, the efficacy of teacher professional development in integrating digital media in STEAM activities, and fostering computational thinking practices in adolescents.