Emma L. Starr
A graduate of the Mind, Brain, and Education master’s program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Emma is interested in the intersection of psychology, education, and behavioral science. Before joining the S3 Lab, she researched topics such as how learning experiences can be made flexible and supportive for all learners using Universal Design for Learning, how multi-modal learning analytics techniques can be used to support and measure collaboration during learning, and how children develop and revise scientific beliefs in response to new information.
Emma developed her interest in research while getting her B.A. in Psychology at Skidmore College, where she used eye-tracking to study cognitive factors in reading.