Dr. Min Kyu Kim is a postdoctoral researcher at the Research Laboratory for Digital Learning at the Ohio State University. He earned his Ph.D. in the learning, design, and technology program at the University of Georgia in 2012 and worked at the University of Southern California before joining OSU. His research focuses on advancing personalized learning environments that address ill-structured and complex problem domains and often emphasizes technology-enhanced formative assessment and feedback.
His scholarly work is grounded in his belief that most students can master learning goals if they are “provided with authentic learning experiences with integrating personalized learning that can be advanced with formative assessment and feedback methods deepening learning engagement.”
His belief about better education has led a series of research achievements. For example, he currently published a research, entitled “Models of learning progress in solving complex problems: expertise development in teaching and learning,” to top-ranking journal, Contemporary Educational Psychology, (more…)