All levels of students work in our lab, from Undergraduate and Graduate Researchers to Post-Doctoral Researchers.
Graduate students collaborate to design and implement curricula as well as collect and analyze data using design-based research and mixed method approaches. We are active members in the Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) and American Educational Research Association (AERA) communities. We publish frequently, often in top tier journals, and present at numerous conferences.
Students interested in the Learning Sciences degree should see the Learning Sciences Area in the Educational Psychology department at UW — Madison for more information about applying to program. Before applying, it is useful to be in contact with an advisor who you are interested in working with.
Undergraduates from a variety of disciplines program innovative software, transcribe audio data for analysis, perform coding techniques, and help write science content and curriculum. Please contact Dr. Sadhana Puntambekar via email with a letter of interest.