The STeM Education Research Group comprises three main strands: (1) STEM education (2) e-learning and cognitive technologies (3) learning analytics. The common aim of the group is to better understand and support learning and achievement in STEM across a range of educational contexts.
The research group utilises a range of quantitative and qualitative approaches to inform debates on STEM education and professional learning. Our research focuses on:
Strengths: STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics), quantitative methods, science of learning, cognitionEmerging themes: learning analytics, vitual learning, curriculum knowledge
Ruth Geer (Group Leader) Graham Hardy (Deputy Group Leader)Alan Barnes Anna RogersAnne CarringtonBrendan Bentley Bruce WhiteDeb HoskingGreg YatesHannah HarveyHelen BrownLarry SpryLisa O'KeeffeMohan ChinnappanPaul UnsworthSven TrenholmTrevor FederWing AuYvonne Zeegers Denise Macgregor (Affiliate Member)Greg Restall (Affiliate Member)Kathy Paige (Affiliate Member)Marnie Best (Affiliate Member)
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