My experience on the course
The MSc was a wonderful intellectual experience, as well as a very social one. As a scientist it was definitely a culture shock - but one that was so worthwhile. It introduced me to a range of new ideas and research approaches in the field of digital education, and in education more generally and has enabled me to change research direction, and to publish in the field of physics education research.
What I'm doing now
I'm now a physics education researcher working informally with the Physics Education Research Group at Edinburgh University
Wood, A. K., Galloway, R., Donnelly, R., & Hardy, J. (2016). Characterizing Interactive Engagement Activities in a Flipped Introductory Physics Class. Physical Review -Physics Education Research, In press.
Wood, A. K., Galloway, R. K., Hardy, J., & Sinclair, C. M. (2014). Analyzing learning during Peer Instruction dialogues: A resource activation framework. Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research, 10(2), 20107.