Quantitative Methods Hub – Seminar Programme HT 2024

15th January 2024 12:45 - 14:00 4th March 2024

Category: Seminar

Research Group: Quantitative Methods Hub

Speaker: Various speakers

Location: Seminar Room K/L and online

Convener: Lars-Erik Malmberg

Audience: Public

The Quantitative Methods Hub organises termly seminar programmes that build on the tradition of: (1) addressing substantive educational research questions with quantitative methods, and (2) demonstrating the application and use of a wide range of different quantitative methods.  Presentations are given by both academics and higher degree students within friendly lunch-time seminars that are open to all.

Hybrid-presentations will take place on Mondays at 12:45-14:00 in Seminar Room K/L and A (week 7), and be fully online only in week 4. Our speakers will present in person or remotely. It is possible to take part virtually by signing up to the Zoom meetings with links posted on our Events page.


All Welcome

Convenor in HT 2024: Professor Lars-Erik Malmberg


W1, 15 Jan 2024, 12:45-14:00 Dr Muntazir Abidi, Habib University (Pakistan), M&G PLC (London)

Responsible AI: tackling biases and other challenges in machine learning


W2, 22 Jan 2024, 12:45-14:00 Dr Jasmin Breitwieser, DIPF, Germany

The potential of mobile interventions in education


W3, 29 Jan 2024, 12:45-14:00 Dr Aikaterini Aliki Michou, University of Ioannina, and Dr Athanasios Mouratidis, University of Athens, Greece

Do feedback, communication style and achievement goal affect motivational outcomes? The moderating role of fixed mindset


W4, 05 Feb 2024, 12:45-14:00 Abdul Karim Ismael, Department of Education, University of Oxford

Electroencephalography (EEG) as physiological measure of psychological state in educational contexts


W5, 12 Feb 2024, 12:45-14:00 Dr Pinar Colancali and Dr Sandra Mathers, Department of Education, University of Oxford

Features of apps, digital games and e-books which influence joint media engagement between adults and children aged 2 to 7 years: A multi-level meta-analysis


W6, 19 Feb 2024, 12:45-14:00 (online only) Dr Inge Molenaar, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Towards hybrid human-AI learning technologies


W7, 26 Feb 2024, 12:45-14:00 TBC


W8, 04 Mar 2024, 12:45-14:00 Anne Horvers, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands

From cold to warm technologies: the role of emotion during learning