Iskandar graduated from the University at Buffalo with an Honours Degree in Psychology. Upon graduation he worked as a Research Assistant for the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) under the Clinical and Forensic Psychology Services (CFPS). He aided in the programme evaluation of various sex and violent offenders’ therapy programmes.
After which he went on to work at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, under the Medical Education and Research Scholarship Unit (MERSU). There, he worked as a Research Assistant for the Medical School Tutor (MST) Project which developed an AI based tutor app to help medical students hone their clinical reasoning skills. Shortly after the development ended, he joined CRADLE@NTU.
Research Interest in Science of Learning and Education
Gamification in Learning, Motivation, E-Learning, Micro-Learning, UX in E-Learning, Behavioural Psychology
On-Going Research Projects in CRADLE@NTU
Orchestration of Microlearning to Support Singapore’s Workforce in their Lifelong Learning Journey: Learner, Design and Performance