When findings don’t replicate, that is not an indictment of the integrity of the original researcher. It’s how science works. Replication is good, and so are its intentions. CLICK.
The time has come to “view ignorance as ‘regular’ rather than deviant,” the sociologists Matthias Gross and Linsey McGoey have boldly argued. CLICK.
Here at CLICK, we use educational and psychological research methods to study how people Critique, Learn, Inquire, and Construct Knowledge (CLICK) in the modern world. Our work spans a number of different areas of learning research, including self-regulated learning, epistemic cognition, digital literacy, and classroom discourse and argumentation. We use quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods to better understand how people learn. The CLICK Research Group is led by Jeff Greene, an Associate Professor in the Learning Sciences and Psychological Studies program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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Associate Professor Jeff Greene welcomes applicants to the Learning Sciences and Psychological Studies program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jeff is particularly interested in applicants who are interested in the studies and ideas currently being investigated by the CLICK Research Group, and wish to enter into academia or the job market as researchers.
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