Sakinah S.J. Alhadad


is a psychological scientist with specialist expertise in behavioural and cognitive science in relation to student learning and well-being, learning analytics, research methods and statistics, and academic development. Sakinah’s research interests sit at the research-practice nexus, with the broad goal of enhancing the practice of teaching and learning. She is particularly interested in the underlying mechanisms that support the development of expertise and flexible ways of knowing: in particular, educators developing as evidence-informed practitioners; and for learners, developing as self-regulated learners. On a practice level, she is interested in the translation and application of the science of learning in complex learning environments. Her ultimate aim is to enable positive change for learners and educators through transformative Higher Education practices



Articles published on IXD&A:


Understanding the mediating role of teacher inquiry when connecting learning analytics with design for learning, N.33, 2017, pp. 54-74, abstractdownload