Recent Submissions

  • Differences in perceived stress levels and measure stress while solving spatial tests 

    Raju, Gibin; Sorby, Sheryl A.; Panther, Grace; Reid, Clodagh; Mogadam, Jasmine Haili (ASEE, 2022-08-26)
    Many events, including tests, personal conflicts, and hard deadlines, may result in a high level of stress for both students and educational practitioners. For example, taking a test is particularly stressful for students ...
  • Using pupil dilation to measure cognitive load during a spatial skills test 

    Raju, Gibin; Sorby, Sheryl A.; Panther, Grace; Reid, Clodagh; Fisher, Luke (ASEE, 2022-08-23)
    This full research paper explores how spatial skills and cognitive load interact. Spatial skills allow a person to manipulate and rotate any three-dimensional object. Studies have reported that spatial skills can be a ...
  • Examining the relationship between spatial ability and cognitive loan during complex problem solving 

    Reid, Clodagh; Buckley, Jeffrey; Seery, Niall; Dunbar, Rónán (PATT, 2022-06-21)
    Spatial ability is documented as a predictor of success in STEM disciplines and noted to contribute to individuals problem-solving approaches. While there is a significant body of correlational evidence indicating that ...
  • Epistemological treatment of design in technology education 

    Seery, Niall; Phelan, Joseph; Buckley, Jeffrey; Canty, Donal (Springer, 2022-10-18)
    Design as a construct has multiple meanings depending on context, function, and agenda. This paper proposes to set out functions of design as it manifests in the context of technological activity for the purposes of ...