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Charles Crook

Charles Crook

Charles Crook
Professor of ICT and Education
Faculty of Social Sciences

Charles Crook is Professor of ICT and Education. He is Director of the Learning Sciences Research Institute at Nottingham and is a developmental psychologist by background. After research at Cambridge, Brown and Strathclyde Universities, he lectured in Psychology at Durham University and was Reader in Psychology at Loughborough University.

Much of this work implicates new technology. He was a founder member of the European Society for Developmental Psychology and is currently editor of the Journal of Computer Assisted Learning.

Charles Crook

Teaching about teaching is a pretty odd job.  Yet surely someone has to have a go at it. As my own field of study is developmental psychology (with special interest in education) – then I have had to confront this challenge quite a bit.