School of Education
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Dimitrios Panagiotopoulos, Rafael Marques De Albuquerque, Cherry Poussa, Sherriden Masters, Johhny Halls, Helen Brady, Paul Watkins, Kath Nakielski,
Representational Learning including learning from multiple representatiosn, visual representations and learning by drawing
Technology enhanced learning including educational games, CSCL, mobile learning, inquiry learning, haptics, tangibles, NUIs
Cognitive, social and affective processes which underlie effective learning experiences
Multiple Methods, especially quantitative, microgenetic studies, and design experiments
AINSWORTH, S.E, PRAIN, V., & TYTLER, R. (2011) Drawing to learn in science. Science, 333(6046), 1096-1097. (link to article).
AINSWORTH, S.E., GELMINI-HORNSBY, G., THREAPLETON, K., CROOK, C., O'MALLEY, C. & BUDA, M. (2011) The impact of anonymity in classroom debates. Learning and Instruction. 21(3), 365-378 (link to journal).
ANASTOPOLOU, S., SHARPLES, M., AINSWORTH, S.E, CROOK C, & O’MALLEY, C. (2011) Creating personal meaning through technology-supported science inquiry learning across formal and informal settings. International Journal of Science Education.
BIVALL,P., AINSWORTH, S.E & TIBELL, L. (2011) Do haptic representations help complex molecular learning? Science Education, 95, 4, 700-719.
HABGOOD, M.P.J & AINSWORTH, S.E (2011). Motivating children to learn effectively: Exploring the value of intrinsic integration in educational games. Journal of the Learning Sciences. 20 (2) 169-206.