Jason Lodge | Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, School of Education
The University of Queensland | Australia

Jason Lodge, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, School of Education, The University of Queensland

Jason Lodge is Associate Professor of Learning and Instruction in the School of Education and Principal Research Fellow in the Science of Learning Research Centre, University of Queensland. His research focuses on the cognitive and emotional factors that influence student learning and the student experience in educational settings. A/Prof Lodge is predominantly interested in the ways changing communication channels introduced through technological innovations are influencing the development of metacognition, critical thinking, expertise and professional ways of being. His new edited book, titled Learning Analytics in the Classroom: Translating Learning Analytics Research for Teachers (Routledge) with Drs Jared Horvath and Linda Corrin will be released in 2018 and follows the successful release of From the Laboratory to the Classroom: Translating Science of Learning for Teachers (Routledge, 2017) with Dr Jared Horvath and Professor John Hattie


Day 2 @ 14:00

Design for evidence-based use of educational technologies

  •     Research in the science of learning has uncovered many principles about effective learning 
  •     Incorporating this evidence into tertiary education has been difficult 
  •     Design is important for translating from the laboratory to the classroom 
  •     Helping teachers to develop their capacity in design is therefore critical for evidence-based practice  

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