Category: Research

PhD position available

LSRI have a fully funded PhD position available to a student who meets the ESRC eligibility requirements and wishes to research how people learn to interpret fMRI. Its an interdisciplinary project applying theories from psychology, anthropology and education to understand how people read these apparently simply (but anything but) visualisations Follow the link below for more information

LSRI PhD student Ipek Saralar’s Publication Success

Congratulations to Ipek Saralar who published her first journal article titled “The Evaluation of a Pre-service Mathematics Teacher’s TPACK: A Case of 3D Shapes with GeoGebra” in the International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education (IJTME). Below is the editor’s introduction to the paper. Want to read more? Contact Ipek on or click here for her blog. “The first...

Multi Source Multi Representational Reading

I have a new commentary on this topic published in Learning and Instruction. Elsevier has provided a free link to it which should be valid for the next month (ie September 2018) here Afterwards, this link will take you to a paywalled version of the paper or you can find a draft version via the University of Nottingham’s eprint service

LTE MA student Ezequiel Aleman finds success with Maker project

Learning, Technology and Education MA student Ezequiel Aleman has received national attention in Uruguay for his project Bricks and Bits. In May, over 1,200 children participated in Mr. Aleman’s Maker exhibition, in which university students design challenges for primary and secondary school students. The challenges involved squishy circuits, stop-motion animation, virtual reality games, and coding drones and robots, among many...

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