Research Projects

CRADLE's Science of Learning research projects, as follow, cover four overarching themes, namely, 1) understanding individuals to optimise learning, 2) pedagogical approaches, 3) delivery and systems for learning, and 4) assessment of and for learning.     



Assessing learners’ competencies in online E4E systems via data analytics to achieve higher effectiveness in learning​
Assessing student learning competencies with e-learning platforms via data analytics​
Complexity as an anchor for the development of interdisciplinary reasoning in the sciences
​De-identified student data platform for longitudinal learning research
Developing a Computational Modelling Framework of Student Engagement in NTU's Team-Based Learning Ecosystem
Developing intercultural competent exchange students (DICES): Pilot study on inculcating 21st century skills for lifelong learning​
Evaluating students’ perceptions of learning environments and ways of learning
Metabolomics platform development for biomarker detection in mindset learning
Mobile Education Networked Tutoring on Request​
Peer assessment of field books for improving observational skills and reflective reasoning
Scaffolding the flip: Developing an activity support system for instructors of flipped classroom courses​
The Impact of Team-Based Learning on Students’ Achievement, Leadership, Communication and Teamwork across Disciplines
Training brain literacy in teachers​
Translating Educational Neuroscience in the Schools: A Multi-Tier Service Delivery Model that Meets all Children’s Needs
Using automated essay scoring and feedback systems for the development of ethical reasoning
Utilisation of informal learning spaces in NTU