My research interest is in the area of educational technology in general and role of computer mediated collaboration in education in particular. In my research we are comparatively studying two environments i.e. an environment which allows computer mediated group interaction and another one which allows one-to-one interaction with computer, and trying understand what processes are involved in learning in both environments. I’m also interested in Approximate Number System (ANS) and its connection with formal mathematics.
education technology, cognition
- Socialising mathematics: collaborative, constructive and distributed learning of arithmetic using a chat application Rafikh Shaikh, Nagarjuna G. and Chandrasekaran S. Proceedings of epiSTEME 5 International Conference to Review Research on Sci- ence, Technology and Mathematics Education, Mumbai, India. (2013)
- Eye to I: Males Recognize Own Eye Movements, Females Inhibit Recognition Sanjay Chandrasekharan, Geetanjali Date, Prajakt Pande, Jeenath Rahaman, Rafikh Shaikh, Anveshna Srivastava, Nisheeth Srivastava and Harshit Agrawal 37th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Pasadena, California.(2015)
- Analyzing instant messaging environment as a learning-teaching tool Rafikh Shaikh, Rachana Katkam and Nagarjuna G. Proceedings of An Workshop at the 12th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) (2016), NIE, Singapore