TAG: digital technologies.

Kristy Corser

Kristy Corser has worked widely across the education, technologies and transformation industries. Kristy was elected to represent QUT at the Beijing Normal University – Queensland University of Technology – University of Calgary Doctoral Forum at the University of Calgary, Canada while d [...]

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Associate Professor Lennie Barblett AM

Associate Professor Lennie Barblett’s research focusses on curriculum development, pedagogy and pedagogical leadership for effective early childhood education that is accessible to all Australian children and their families. Embedded in this is her interest in the role digital technologies play in [...]

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Kimberly Maslin

Kim Maslin is an experienced digital technologies educator and children’s cyber safety author. Her PhD project focuses on how to facilitate children’s creativity through STEM activities in online learning environments. With the knowledge gained through her PhD research, Kim hopes to address some [...]

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Dr Jade Burley

Dr Jade Burley was a PhD candidate on The Preschool Activity, Technology, Health, Adiposity, Behaviour and Cognition (PATH-ABC) study. Her PhD specifically examined the influence of electronic media use and physical activity on cognitive and psychosocial development in preschool children across the [...]

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Emma Cross

Emma Cross has been a practitioner research in the Young Children’s Digital Play with Tangible Coding Devices project, working in a collaborative team to develop the A to E of Creativity: A Framework for Children’s Creativity, which was published in the journal Issues in Educational Rese [...]

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Katie Fielding

Katie Fielding’s PhD project examines how the attitudes and beliefs of caregivers and educators impact the way children use digital technologies for creativity. Katie hopes her research will give us a better sense of the ways that digital technologies can be part of a toolkit of resources to help [...]

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Dr Christina Chalmers

Dr Chris Chalmers’ research focusses on group metacognition, computational thinking, digital pedagogies, and robotics-based STEM education. Her work in the Centre will contribute to the Educated Child program, focusing on active learning and play in digital worlds. Chris will also coordinate colla [...]

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Professor Julian Sefton-Green

Professor Julian Sefton-Green has worked in many countries researching young people and family use of digital technology in everyday life. His research is mainly ethnographic, focussing on socially marginalised communities, social inequality and the powerful ways that people demonstrate ingenuity, c [...]

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