Senior Research Scientist
At the Concord Consortium, Hee-Sun Lee is currently Co-PI on four NSF-funded projects, (1) High-Adventure Science: Earth’s Systems and Sustainability, (2) Investigating How to Enhance Scientific Argumentation through Automated Feedback in the Context of Two High School Earth Science Curriculum Units, (3) Geological models for Explorations Of the Dynamic Earth, and (4) InquirySpace 2. She also works on the NSF-funded Linking Complex Systems project. Her main research areas include technology-enhanced, inquiry-based science curriculum design and evaluation, construct modeling, instrument design, science assessment validation and learning analytics.
She earned her Ph.D. in science education from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, under the direction of Dr. Nancy Songer and was a postdoctoral scholar in Dr. Marcia Linn’s Technology Enhanced Learning in Science (TELS) Center at the University of California, Berkeley. She was an assistant professor of science education at Tufts University and an adjunct associate professor of physics at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
View a list of Hee-Sun’s publications and presentations.
Q&A with Hee-Sun
- Dream vacation?
- Absolute relaxation with family, nature, and crocheting
- Favorite thing about working at the Concord Consortium?
- Generating and realizing new ideas!
- Favorite movie?
- Star Wars Episode IV. I saw it in 1977 when I was 9 years old. Did this multiple times with my two brothers in the same year.