Empirical work

The group’s focus is on developing detailed accounts of the learning process, particularly how learning emerges from students’ interaction with new media systems. We use a variety of data collection methods, to capture design requirements as well as to test our prototypes, including eye-tracking, behavioral experiments, qualitative studies, ethnography and concept analysis. Novel data analysis techniques have been developed to support our integrated research approach. We also do some basic science studies, mostly to understand the role of eye movements in thinking.

Currently, the key probing methods are eye tracking, log analysis and activity analysis.

Lab instrumentation
  • Experiment Builder
  • Eye-tracking (Tobii Eyetracking Glasses, Tobii X60)
  • Wacom Drawing Tablets
  • Kinect
  • Leap Motion
Projects

 

Eye to I: Recognising own eye movements
eye tracking
Representational Competence in Chemistry
Representational Competence, eye tracking
Designing effective learning aids
microgenetic study, design-based research
Urban farming in schools
Design-based Research
The enactive equation
Representational Competence, eye tracking
Interactive Vectors
Model-based Reasoning, eye tracking
Micro Hydro System
Design-based Research, eye-tracking
Students’ conception of area measurement
Design-based Research, eye tracking
Engineering Estimation
Model-based Reasoning, design-based research

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