Matthew Kearney

Matthew Kearney


Matthew Kearney is a Professor in Educational Technology in the School of International Studies and Education. His research specialises in technology-mediated learning in school and teacher education contexts. He is currently a chief investigator on an ARC Discovery Grant, Optimising mobile learning in maths and science; and is a partner in an Erasmus+ funded project, Designing and Evaluating Innovative Mobile Pedagogies, exploring the transformative use of mobile technologies in school and teacher education.

  • Mobile Pedagogies
  • Teacher Professional Development
  • Technology Enhanced Learning


Recent News

  • Post: New research: Digital education futures
  • Post: Should mobile phones be banned in schools? We asked five experts

  • Projects

  • Project: Dialogue for Learning and the Role of Technology
  • Project: Evaluating apps and technologies for learning
  • Project: Mobile Pedagogies
  • Project: Technology Supported Professional Learning Networks

  • Recent Publications

  • Publication: Analysing User Reviews of Inquiry-Based Learning Apps in Science Education
  • Publication: Automating the Evaluation of Education Apps with App Store Data
  • Publication: Digital Pedagogies for Primary School Science
  • Publication: Exploring Knowledge and Attitudes about Human Papillomavirus Vaccination among School Nurses in an Urban School District
  • Publication: Inquiry-based Mobile Learning in Secondary School Science Education: A Systematic Review
  • Publication: Considering iPAC in a Mobile-Intensive Future
  • Publication: Designing Personalised, Authentic and Collaborative Learning with Mobile Devices: Confronting the Challenges of Remote Teaching during a Pandemic.
  • Publication: Differentiating Mobile Learning Frameworks
  • Publication: Education in Precarious Times: A Comparative Study across Six Countries to Identify Design Priorities for Mobile Learning in a Pandemic
  • Publication: Evaluating Education Apps from a Sociocultural Perspective