Learning Sciences Lab is an interdisciplinary organization

Colleagues at the Learning Sciences Lab



Learning Sciences Lab explores innovative approaches to learning, often using technology

Group Scribbles creates public and private spaces for digital “Post-It” notes in order to organize ideas collectively generated by students, as demonstrated by Tan Sini.



Learning Sciences Lab pursues pragmatic agendas with direct impact on Singapore

Understanding how 1:1 computing shapes pre-service teaching is the focus of a comprehensive evaluation spearheaded by Dr Chen Wenli in collaboration with Associate Professor Philip Wong, Dr Marissa Wettasinghe and Head of CeL, Dr Ashley Tan.



Learning Sciences Lab interacts with other organizations around issues of global relevance in education

Faculty hosted members of the Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills (ATC21S) initiative, which is a 3-year project, supported by Cisco, Intel and Microsoft to create new modes of assessment suitable for 21st century skills.



Learning Sciences Lab explores learning and teaching wherever the action is

Our research teams work with students and teachers in over one hundred local classrooms and a handful of after-school centres.


Spotlight

A/P Manu Kapur’s research on implicit gender stereotypes and math achievement featured in The Straits Times, in an article entitled " "Belief that "maths is for boys" = Top marks for all" " on "Home" section, page "B1", on 15...

Dr Wong Lung Hsiang has recently organised and chaired two panels at International Conference on Computers in Education 2013 (Bali, Indonesia; November 2013) and Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education 2014 (...

Associate Professor Manu Kapur has been awarded a $450, 000 grant by the Ministry of Education of Singapore for translating his Productive Failure learning design across key concepts in the Singapore A-level Statistics...

Representing the Office of Education Research in NIE, Dr Wong Lung Hsiang presented "Seamless Learning" and Dr JAN Mingfong presented "Game-based Learning 2.0" in...

A special issue entitled "Powering Up: Insights from Distinguished Mobile and Ubiquitous Learning Projects across the World", guest edited by Dr. Wong Lung Hsiang (and Prof. Hwang Gwo-Jen from National Taiwan University of...

Seven members of LSL attended the SMU-NIE Workshop, which was held at the School of Information Systems (SIS), Singapore Management University (SMU) on May 9, 2014. The event was for mutual introduction to innovative and...

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