Kateryna Zabolotna

MA (Teacher Education)
Learning and Learning Processes

Learning and Learning Processes Research Unit
Faculty of Education and Psychology


I am a PhD researcher in the Learning and Educational Technology Research Lab. My research combines foci on co- and socially shared regulation and knowledge construction in computer-supported collaborative learning. In my studies, I utilize process-oriented methods combined with multimodal data (video-/audio-recordings; textual and visual materials; discourse; physiological data) to investigate the role of group-level regulation in collaborative knowledge construction in group settings. My other research interests are related to (multimodal) learning analytics, assessment of individual and collaborative learning, and machine learning methods for speech recognition analyses. Additionally, I am involved in teaching and developing master-level and teacher training courses on such topics as self-regulation of learning, CSCL, metacognition, learning theories etc.

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  • Computer-supported collaborative learning
  • Socially shared regulation of learning
  • Cognition & metacognition
  • Knowledge construction
  • Artificial intelligence in education research
  • Learning analytics

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