Meredith Baker Marcum

Graduate Student Research Assistant and Graduate Student Instructor

Meredith  Baker Marcum, School of Education

Meredith’s research has two major strands: (1) studying the development of students’ sense-making processes in project-based learning, and (2) exploring the ways in which instructional tools, peer collaboration, and pedagogy can support this development. Her work sits at the intersection of psychological theory and educational practice. Meredith seeks to identify trajectories of students’ sense-making within the context of project-based instruction and the ways in which the development of these processes can be supported through the use of curriculum materials, digital tools, teacher-student interactions, and peer collaboration.

Baker Marcum’s program of study:
Combined Program in Education and Psychology




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