Dr Alison Clark-Wilson awarded BJET Fellowship 2017
6 April 2017
Dr Alison Clark-Wilson from the UCL Knowledge Lab has been awarded the BJET Fellowship 2017 for her research proposal: ‘How do secondary mathematics departments scale their use of dynamic technologies within key stage 3 mathematics? – A situated view of teachers’ growth in knowledge and practice.’
The Fellowship, which will last for one year, was awarded to the most compelling proposal for a piece of research in the field of educational technology.
The theme for submissions this year was “How can innovative use of digital technology support pedagogical change / innovation in informal or formal learning contexts?”
The editors also highly commended the proposal made by Dr Mutlu Cukurova, Dr Clark-Wilson’s colleague at the UCL Knowledge Lab.