Stoo Sepp

Stoo Sepp
University of New England (Australia) | UNE · School of Education

PhD

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Introduction
I'm currently working on multiple projects related to how gestures can support learning secondary mathematics using ICT-based learning materials, including a findings and methodology paper. Additionally, I'm currently conducting a study exploring the pedagogical design practices of university teachers engaged in online course development.
Additional affiliations
September 2018 - present
Western Washington University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • Teaching Principles of Interaction Design, a lecture based course that provides students an experiential overview of interaction design practices from user research, ideation, prototyping and user testing.
Education
February 2015 - December 2019
University of Wollongong
Field of study
  • Education, Cognitive Load Theory
February 2010 - November 2013
UNSW Sydney
Field of study
  • Art and Design
January 2006 - June 2007
Western Washington University
Field of study
  • Instructional Design, eLearning and Adult Education

Publications

Publications (8)
Poster
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Poster based upon paper: Sepp, S., Wong, M., Hoogerheide, V., Castro-Alonso, J.C.(2021) Shifting Online: 12 Tips for Online Teaching Derived from Contemporary Educational Psychology Research. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Preprint
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Research in the areas of Cognitive Load Theory and Embodied Cognition has identified that the human motor system, including hand gestures and full body movements can benefit learning. Data collection methods in these areas often take the form of direct researcher observation or video recording-both of which are time and resource intensive. In this...
Article
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Cognitive load theory (CLT) applies what is known about human cognitive architecture to the study of learning and instruction, to generate insights into the characteristics and conditions of effective instruction and learning. Recent developments in CLT suggest that the human motor system plays an important role in cognition and learning; however,...
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Resource-rational analysis: understanding human cognition as the optimal use of limited computational resources. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1-85. http://doi. This is a submitted proposal for commentary on the aforementioned target article. Commentary Proposal on Lieder and Griffiths A commentary on the proposed resource-rational analysis mo...
Preprint
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This chapter presents an emerging area of research within Cognitive Load Theory (CLT) with a focus on the observation and performance of gestures using Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). Previous studies investigating the educational benefits of gestures and human movement suggest that these actions can benefit learning. It is still...
Presentation
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Building upon previous work in Cognitive Load Theory and Embodied cognition, this presentation provides an overview of an in-progress study which investigates the effect of performing and observing different types of hand gestures (pointing and tracing) while engagine in a worked example geometry lesson on an iPad.

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Projects

Projects (2)
Project
This project will explore university teachers' instructional design practice during the development of new and revision of existing online courses, including the supports they rely on, considerations for design and the role that instructional design professionals play in this process.
Project
PhD Project investigating the effects of pointing and tracing gestures while learning geometry on an iPad.