"I am currently an assistant professor of Educational Technology at Wageningen University in the Netherlands. In my works, I design, implement and evaluate various Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) environments for argumentation-based learning. Specifically, I design various types of instructional interventions, e.g. scaffolding and scripting approaches, and test their effects on a variety of learning process and outcome aspects in both real educational and control-based laboratory settings. My projects covers a wide range of advanced qualitative and quantitative methods to analyze various aspects of learning processes and outcomes in CSCL environments.
It is an honour to be part of the SLAM project and work with a great team. Working on SLAM project provides me with the opportunity to be involved in a cutting-edge research domain in the learning sciences. What inspires me most about this project is the application of advanced technologies and the learning analytics to enhance regulation of individual and collaborative learning. I will start on the SLAM project with redrafting a paper on designing learning analytics dashboard feedback. In this paper the aim is to provide a conceptual framework for dashboards, by grounding feedback theories in the learning sciences and more precisely on regulatory mechanisms underlying learning processes. I hope to bring added value for this great project."