Our great group of researchers, members, thesis students and collaborators
The following are a list of our Thesis students current undertaking research in this area.
|“Digital Safety and Responsible Use Within a Primary School Ecosystem in Aotearoa/New Zealand”
|Gamification: The Effectiveness of Game Elements to Different Player Types in Educational Contexts
|Role of social media in creative education in Sri Lankan context
|The Use of Technology to Implement Education for Sustainability for current generation of learners
|The role of personal mobile devices in Chinese students’ learning in higher education context.
|Open Educational Practices Related to Instructional Design Applied in a Context of Organisational Change in Higher Education
|Linguistic landscapes of emergent bilingual young children
|Mobile learning in initial teacher education
|Marie Louise (Lulu)
|Investigating Guidelines and Ethics for the Use of Narrow Artificial Intelligence in Formative and Summative Assessment”
|Online Learning and Distance Education in New Zealand: Engaging ākonga Māori from rural New Zealand schools
|Exploring the Effects of Smartphone Distraction on Senior Secondary Students”
|Digital technology use by young children and the effects on behaviour, psychosocial, and cognitive development
|E-Learning and Digital Technologies – effective practice in resource-constrained environments, particularly developing countries.
|Mining for Answers in Mathematics:
An investigation into the effectiveness Minecraft has within a Mathematics environment in a New Zealand primary school