This is an exploratory project, which we hope will lead to insights into what can go wrong in dialogues between teachers and students.
Anna Wood is the Research Associate on the ‘Asking the Right Question’ Project. She holds a PhD in Physics (2000) and is also a graduate from the Digital Education MSc Programme (2013).
Her research interests focus on the use of technology in flipped, active learning lectures, and on the dialogues that take place in these lectures, both between students and between teacher and student, and the way in which these dialogues may support learning. Much of this work takes place in physics lectures, in collaboration with the Edinburgh Physics Education Research Group (EdPer) http://www.ph.ed.ac.uk/physics-education-research
She blogs at ‘The Science of Scientific Learning’ http://learningfrome-learning.blogspot.com/