Working with UCL Knowledge Lab, Glasgow Science Centre and our US partners to research science thinking for children.
Alexia is a doctoral student of Learning Sciences on the Move2Learn project at the Centre for Digital Education.
She did her MSc in Human Cognitive Neuropsychology at the University of Edinburgh focusing on how social environments (competitive or cooperative) could influence children's executive functions.
Her doctoral research project is about exploring the cognitive neurocorrelates that could influence embodied science learning and how scientific thinking develops in early childhood through interactive exhibits at science centres/museums.
Supervisors: Dr Andrew Manches, Professor Judy Robertson, Dr Josie Booth
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Thomson's Land, room 1.10
The Moray House School of Education
The University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh EH8 8AQ
Engagement: Defining, measuring and proposing alternative methods of investigation related to embodied learning. M2L Project Meeting. Miami, USA. 18 April , 2018.
What does engagement look like in early science learning? Understanding multimodality in engagement. M2L Project Meeting. London, UK. 2 November, 2018.
Exploring the relationship between engagement and learning: A new perspective. Poster in The 3rd Lancaster Conference on Infant and Early Child Development. Lancaster, UK. 5 September, 2018