Inclusive education relies on understanding what effective engagement with learning means for each individual. However, we don’t yet have this understanding or even the right research tools to start building it.
This research project at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education is developing a new self-report measure of engagement with learning activities. The new quick, easy, flexible and intuitive research tool will help transform our understanding of students’ experience of their learning activities and help support inclusive teaching and learning in universities, colleges and schools.
Using Behavioural Indicators of Attention, Reasoning and Discomfort to Understand Individual Differences in a Practical Test of Physics Reasoning in Individuals with Autism
Masters thesis, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge (MEd, 2018)