About Karen Moss
Affiliation: Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom
I am a Reader In Science Education - my research interests include research into effective learning in science (misconceptions and what can be done about these); context-based learning curricula in science; developing creative approaches to science outreach; the use of technology in teaching (voting systems (clickers), software, VLEs, internet sites, videos etc.) and employability in HE curricula.
Relevant publications about university teaching and learning
- Moss K, Butler D, Leslie R, Smith P and Neal B (2012) Building effective STEM graduates. National HESTEM Conference, Birmingham, September 2012 abstracts at http://www.hestem.ac.uk/sites/default/files/final_abstract_booklet.pdf
- Moss K, (2012) Making the ordinary extraordinary – developing employability through PBL and practical work. ViCE/PHEC Conference, Edinburgh, August 2012, – abstracts available from the VICE/PHEC website. http://vicephec.ph.ed.ac.uk/2012/programme
- Moss K and Crowley M (2011) Using personal response systems for effective learning, , Computers In Education, 2011, 56, 36.
- Moss K and Pabari A, (2010) The mole misunderstood. Moss K and Pabari A, New Directions in the Teaching of Physical Sciences, 6, September 2010, ISSN 1740-9888. http://journals.heacademy.ac.uk/doi/abs/10.11120/ndir.2010.00060077
- Moss K, (2009), What is effective learning in science? Impact and Outcomes from a CETL New Directions in the Teaching of Physical Sciences, 5, September 2009, ISSN 1740-9888 http://journals.heacademy.ac.uk/doi/abs/10.11120/ndir.2009.00050040
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