Johanna Pöysä-Tarhonen

General description

I am a senior researcher at the Finnish Institute for Educational Research (FIER), University of Jyväskylä and a Docent of Learning Environments Research at the Philosophical Faculty, University of Eastern Finland (UEF).

I supervise doctoral students in the Doctoral School of the Faculty of Education and Psychology, JYU, and serve as a mentor in the mentoring pool of The Finnish Multidisciplinary Doctoral Training Network on Educational Sciences (FinEd).

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Research interests

My research interests lie at the interface of the theoretical foundations of human behaviour and the use of technologies for learning, including educational design. For a
number of years, I have studied learning as a social phenomenon in diverse (technology-enhanced
or co-located) social formations, varying from learning communities, teams, small groups to
dyads. Much of my work adopts a multidisciplinary and process-oriented approach.

Recently, I have carried out research on the anatomy and dynamics of productive collaborative problem solving through studying the very foundational basis of social interaction and collective intentionality such as joint attention behaviour and the role of coordination and commitment in collaboration in remote interaction context utilising multimodal data and advanced methods, such as eye-tracking.

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collaborative learning, computer-supported collaborative learning, collaborative problem solving, joint attention, commitment, eye-tracking, process-orientated methods, multi-modal data, eye tracking, qualitative research

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