PhD Candidate, Learning Sciences
Chris Andrews is a doctoral candidate in the Learning Sciences program at Indiana University working with Dr. Daniel Hickey. His research interests include social annotation, teacher and student assessment practices, assessment literacy, participatory approaches to teaching and learning in technology-rich environments, and teacher education and professional development. During his studies, he has taught undergraduate learning theory courses for pre-service teachers, field experience courses, and learning theory courses for general education students. Prior to doctoral studies, he was a high school teacher for 7 years, during which time he served as a department chair and peer-leader, and was voted Teacher of the Year by his colleagues. He earned a master’s degree in Teacher Education from Brigham Young University, publishing a thesis exploring teachers’ definitions, reasons, and beliefs surrounding student self-assessment.
Classroom assessment (and grading) practices
Teacher professional development
PhD Candidate, Learning Sciences, Indiana University, 2022 (expected)
M.A., Teacher Education, Brigham Young University, 2016
B.S., Technology and Engineering Education, Brigham Young University, 2009