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Ido Roll
Associate Professor

Ido Roll is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education in Science and Technology and the Faculty of Industrial Engineering at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. He also serves as the Assistant to the Senior Executive Vice President for the Promotion of Learning and Teaching. Previously, Ido was the Director of the Institute for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at the University of British Columbia in Canada. Ido studies how interactive learning environments support students in becoming productive independent learners and scientists. His research utilizes a variety of methodologies from the fields of education, artificial intelligence, learning analytics, cognitive science, and human-computer interaction. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University. Ido is also a member of OECD’s PISA Innovative Domains Expert Group and Research and Innovation Group. He was the program chair for Artificial Intelligence in Education and for Learning at Scale.

Mail: roll [at]



Ilana Ram


Online learning in Higher STEM education

Mail: ilana.ram [at]



Maya Usher

Designing awareness tools to support the online collaborative writing process

Mail: mayau [at]




Janan Saba
Post-Doctoral Fellow

The use of Productive Failure in an Agent-Based Modeling Environments

Mail: janansaba3 [at]




Miri Barhak-Rabinowitz
Ph.D. Student




Jonathan Ben-David
Ph.D. Student

Implementing evidence-based learning principles in educational games

Mail: jonathan [at]


Eman Ganaiem
Ph.D. Student

The effect of different sequence of Examples and Problems on novices learning research competencies

Mail: Ganaiem.eman [at]



Raffael Shalala
Ph.D. Student co-advised with Ofra Amir




Layan Musallam
M.Sc. Student

Gaining conceptual and procedural knowledge through educational games

Mail: layanm [at]


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Alina Ryndin
M.Sc. Student

The impact of open-exploration on learning using interactive simulations

Mail: alinaryndin [at]




Orly Fuhrman

Situated support for online collaborative writing

Mail: forly [at]