At the nexus of learning and innovation

Student highlight: Roland Hachmann

Presenting at our CRLI seminar series this week, we have a chat with PhD candidate and visiting scholar from Denmark, Roland Hachmann. We discuss his work on knowledge transformations and learning.

How would you describe your research?

Roland: Designing for transformation of situated knowledge

What motivates your research?

Student highlight: Elizabeth Black

I have just commenced my PhD candidature with the Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation after being completely hooked on Learning Sciences and Technology through the course of my Masters (MLS&T).

 

How would you describe your research in three words? 

More effective collaboration

What motivates your research?

What is it with group projects? They strike fear and loathing into the hearts of students and instructors alike. And yet, most students in post-secondary courses will participate at least once in a group project that goes horribly wrong – based on anecdotal, but consistent, remarks from peers, and my own repeated experiences.

What do you hope to show?