Teaching: Changing Minds
Dr Jason Zagami is the Coordinator of Community Partnerships within the School of Education and Professional Studies, his role provides leadership in the community partnerhip portfolio and supports the Deputy Head of School (Academic) in the delivery of external engagement activities. Jason is also a lecturer in Information and Communications Technology (ICT). He conducts research in cognition, professional learning and expertise, and all aspects of educational technologies. Jason has many years of experience in K-12 computer education including experience as a former classroom teacher.
Jason will be presenting at the upcoming Digital Technologies Summit in Brisbane, June 2016 on the Horizon Report K-12: What are the bigger trends and challenges? Why we need to address them.
Jason recently presented a showcase of emerging educational technologies and their implications for teaching and learning. A link to watch the presentation can be found here.
Jason's research focuses on cognition, mental models, teacher professional development, ICT education, technology education, enhancing teaching through technology, and curriculum reform. Key Research projects include:
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