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Matthew Kearney

Website: www.education.uts.edu.au/ostaff/staff/matthew_kearney.html

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

Dr. Matthew Kearney currently teaches across two programs in the faculty. He coordinates the e-learning related subjects in the BEd (Prim) and GradDipEd (Sec) programs and is interested in innovative technology-based learning in K-12 and teacher education contexts.

His research and development interests are in the area of e-learning. He is a member of the faculty's Designs for Learning research cluster and has recently completed the following funded projects:

  1. Developing pedagogy using student-generated digital video with 1 other colleague (2004).
  2. Investigating pedagogy using interactive whiteboards with 1 other colleague (2006).
  3. Teachers as e-learning designers with 2 other colleagues (2006).

His PhD thesis (2002) focussed on the he design and use of multimedia supported predict-observe-explain (POE) tasks in science learning. In 2002, he also contributed to the ICT-based Learning Designs Project by describing the learning design behind multimedia-based POE tasks, and also by designing and developing (downloadable) POE e-shells (see http://www.learningdesigns.uow.edu.au/tools/info/T3/index.html ) - generic tools that can be used by educators to build their own multimedia-based POE tasks using a web page editor. Further information, including publications can be found via his website.


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