E.T. (Ellen) Wassink - Kamp, MSc.

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Short bio

Ellen Wassink-Kamp (1987) studied Psychology at the University of Twente and graduated in 2013. In her bachelor thesis she examined whether assigning children to a segmented inquiry task makes their investigations more productive. For her master she did an internship at TNO, were she investigated the effectiveness of a biofeedback game as a coping intervention by members of the navy.

In October 2012, Ellen started working for the Department of Instructional Technology, developing and testing of a computer program, which aims to teach basic trigonometry in a very interactive way. The program was specially developed for tablet computers and offers opportunities to interact with trigonometric situations using direct ‘touch’.

After her graduation in January, she started working on the Go-Lab project. Go-Lab is a European funded project which strives to open remote science labs for large-scale use in educations and enable science inquiry-based learning.

Research interests

Inquiry learning, computer supported learning environments and support tool, Science education