Stephanie MacMahon

Stephanie MacMahon

Stephanie MacMahon is a PhD Candidate at The University of Queensland, a casual academic, and a Translation Officer with the Science of Learning Research Centre.  Her research focuses on effective classroom interactions and positive classroom environments, using a Science of Learning perspective. Stephanie has 20 years classroom experience and a background in the Arts. 

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Improving students' writing through feedback
Improving students' writing through feedback

‘Feedback is identified as one of the most powerful strategies to progress student learning.’ Today’s article explores the nature and impact of high quality feedback, and shares how one school’s focus on teacher feedback on students’ writing is driving real change and improving outcomes.

Research to practice – classroom educators engaging with researchers
Research to practice – classroom educators engaging with researchers

A key initiative of the Science of Learning Research Centre (SLRC) in 2017 has been the establishment of the SLRC Partner Schools project, involving six schools in south-east Queensland, grouped in two networked clusters.

The role of synchrony in collaborative learning
The role of synchrony in collaborative learning

In an effort to understand how students learn, these researchers have collaborated across disciplines to explain the role of synchrony in collaborative learning.