Prof. Judy Hardy
Chair in Technology Enhanced Physics Education
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- Telephone number:
- +44 (0)131 650 6716
- School of Physics and Astronomy, James Clerk Maxwell Building, Peter Guthrie Tait Road, Edinburgh, EH9 3FD, United Kingdom
I lead the Physics Education research group at the University of Edinburgh. My research interests are in developing and evaluating evidence-based educational strategies that improve student learning in physics and related disciplines. I am particularly interested in the student experience of learning, teaching, assessment and feedback and in the ways that this can inform educational development.
I teach across a range of courses at both undergraduate and taught postgraduate level. Currently this includes the courses Modern Physics and Scientific Programming. I am also Course Organiser for the Science Education Placement: Physics course and for the MSc in High Performance Computing dissertation.
I am the Senior Tutor for the School and Year Coordinator for the Senior Honours and Integrated Masters years.
- Learning from peer feedback on student-generated multiple choice questions: Views of introductory physics students DOI, Physical review physics education research, 14, 1 , p. 10119-10111 (2018)
- Teacher-student discourse in active learning lectures DOI, Teaching in Higher Education, p. 1-17 (2018)
- Can dual processing theory explain physics students' performance on the Force Concept Inventory? DOI, Physical review physics education research, 12, 2 (2016)
- Characterizing interactive engagement activities in a flipped introductory physics class DOI, Physical review physics education research, 12, 1 (2016)
- Analyzing learning during Peer Instruction dialogues DOI, Physical review special topics-Physics education research, 10, 2 (2014)
- Scaffolding student engagement via online peer learning DOI, European Journal of Physics, 35, 4 (2014)
- Student-Generated Content DOI, International Journal of Science Education, 36, 13 , p. 2180-2194 (2014)
- How Learners Change: Critical Moments, Changing Minds, p. 114-127 (2010)
- How Design of Online Learning Materials Can Accommodate the Heterogeneity in Student Abilities, Aptitudes and Aspirations, Learning and teaching in Higher Education, 2, p. 3-25 (2008)
- Ligand Discovery on Massively Parallel Systems DOI, Ibm journal of research and development, 52, p. 57 (2008)