Current doctoral supervision:

Ama Banini, Integration of Technology into Pedagogy at the Basic Level of Education in Ghana, University of Sussex (with Professor Kwame Akyeampong). Ama is a Deputy Director of Education at Ghana Education Service.

Recently supervised doctoral students include:

Simon Quigley, Improving Opportunities for Mathematical Learning Amongst Students Identified as Having Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties within a Special School Environment, (with Dr. Louise Gazeley) Simon is a teacher of mathematics in a special needs school that caters for students categorised as having Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties (SEBD) (2017).

Tom Lunt, (Dis)engaging students: the role of digital literacy in Higher Education learning communities, University of Sussex (with Dr. Barbara Crossouard). Tom is a Principal Lecturer at London Metropolitan University (2016). 

Peter Wright, Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice: Translating Theories into Practice, University of Sussex (with Dr. Naureen Durrani). Peter is a Lecturer in Mathematics Education at the Institute of Education, University College London (2015).

Mart Laanpere, Pedagogy-driven Design of Virtual Learning Environments, University of Tallinn, Estonia (Public defence 23rd September 2013). Judged to be the best thesis of 2013 in Educational Sciences by the Estonian Research Information System.

Hakim Usoof: Summative eAssessment for Higher Order Skills of Students in Large Groups. Sponsored by the University of Colombo School of Computing and the Swedish International Program for ICT in Developing Regions (SPIDER) (2012)

Peter Bergström: Designing for the Unknown - Didactical Design for Process-Based Assessment in Technology-rich Learning Environments, Sponsored by Umeå School of Education (2012)

Carina Granberg: ICT and learning in Teacher Education: The social construction of pedagogical ICT discourse and design, Umeå University, Sponsored by Umeå School of Education (2011)