Learning Sciences Research Institute (LSRI)
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The Learning Sciences Research Institute (LSRI) is a vibrant, multi-disciplinary group who are learning about learning - through collaboration, invention, implementation, and dissemination.

We conduct internationally recognised research into the cognitive, social and cultural aspects of learning to increase our understanding and to enrich education through the design of innovative technologies or educational practices.

Our work explores the fundamental processes and practices of learning by researching within preschools, schools, universities, colleges, workplaces, and informal learning centres. We also pursue fundamental questions in our laboratory space.

Learning Sciences Research Institute

Learning Sciences
Research Institute

 
 

This research is supported by a variety of national and international funders to produce high quality outcomes including reports, journal and book publications as well as open access materials and technologies.

Professor Shaaron Ainsworth
Centre Convenor

LSRI news

The relationship between inquiry-based teaching and students' achievement

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New paper published in Learning and Instruction,
Date:
14 January 2019

The Evaluation of a Pre-service Mathematics Teacher's TPACK: A Case of 3D Shapes with GeoGebra

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First journal publication for LSRI PhD Student
Date:
05 November 2018

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LSRI blog

LSRI events

The Future of Creativity

Date
22 January 2019 (16:00-18:00)
Description
A School of Education Seminar hosted by the Learning Sciences Research Institute

Visualising Epistemic Processes and Products of Science in Pre-Service Teacher Education

Date
26 February 2019 (16:00-17:30)
Description
A School of Education Seminar hosted by the Learning Sciences Research Institute

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Learning Sciences Research Institute

School of Education
University of Nottingham
Jubilee Campus
Nottingham, NG8 1BB


+44 (0)115 951 4543