Group is tightly integrated with other research groups to investigate possibilities for implementing evidence-based decision making in the technology-enhanced learning research and practice. The focus is on LA infrastructure, development of LA tools and also LA-driven processes in classroom and organisational level.
Related ongoing projects:
Model-based Learning Analytics for Fostering Students’ Higher-order Thinking Skills – Students need instructional scaffolding to develop higher order thinking skills (HOTS). The project will propose pedagogical-psychological models and learning analytics infrastructure for supporting teachers to scaffold development of students’ HOTS using model-based analysis of students’ traces.
EDUFLEX: Flexible learning paths to support student-centered learning in schools – The goal of this project is to create the concept of Student-Centered Learning through Flexible Learning Paths, as well as the methodology and related instruments for analysing Learning Paths.
INSTALL-ed: Increasing Self-regulated learning with Technology-Amplified Learning for ALL: Educators going digital – The project aims to deliver theory based user friendly solutions for online, hybrid and blended learning that teachers and students can use in their everyday school to make learning and teaching more efficient and enjoyable.
Digital technology as a catalyst for the modernization of mathematics education – During the project e-learning materials will be developed, that enable personalised learning and support the development of students’ digital competencies through the development of problem-solving skills.
Illumine: A community for exploring and sharing uses of evidence-based teaching strategies– The Erasmus+ funded project contributes to improving the quality of learning and teaching in school education by supporting teachers (pre-service and in-service) with digital open educational resources to aid in planning and delivering learning experiences with the use of technology that are based on the science of learning.
Professional Development Digital Ecosystem for the Educators– Project focusing on developing educator’s professional development digital ecosystem. Funded by Estonian Research Council.
NOTELEB: No teacher left behind– An Erasmus+ funded project to support teacher educators’ lifelong learning in the context of their work with children and youth through continuous professional development.
Impact of 1:1 computing and teaching strategies to students’ conceptual understanding– The project aims to validate and implement evidence-based solutions, advise teachers and find the most mobile one-to-one devices for these practical tests. Funded by the Estonian Education and Youth Board.
INSTALL-ed: Increasing Self-regulated learning with Technology-Amplified Learning for ALL: Educators going digital– The Erasmus+ funded project related to the COVID-19 pandemic. INSTALL-ed aims to deliver theory based user friendly solutions for online, hybrid and blended learning that teachers and students can use in their everyday school to make learning and teaching more efficient and enjoyable.
eDidaktikum: competence-based collaborative learning environment for teacher education– Funded by Ministry of Education and Science to promote evidence-based decision making in teacher education by enhancing research-driven curriculum design and shaping the development of pre-service teachers’ self-regulated learning skills.
Research group: Kairit Tammets, Mart Laanpere, Tobias Ley, Kaire Kollom, Shashi Kant Shankar, Linda Helene Sillat, Adolfo Ruiz Calleja, Tobias Ley, Maria Jesus Rodriguez Triana, Luis Pablo Prieto, Terje Väljataga, Gerti Pishtari, Merike Saar, Krista Loogma, Grete Arro, Kati Aus, Edna Milena Sarmiento Marquez, Pjotr Savitski, Yagmur Cisem Yilmaz.