Loes Hogenkamp is working as a teacher at the department of Instructional Technology. In 2019 she obtained her bachelor's degree in Psychology at the University of Twente. In 2020 she finished her master's in Learning Sciences at the UT, after writing her master's thesis 'Analyzing Socially Shared Regulation of Learning during Cooperative Learning and the Role of Equal Contribution: A Grounded Theory Approach'. After graduation, Loes started working as a Junior researcher at the department of ELAN at the UT, where she worked on the EU funded project QUASI (Qualitative Analysis of Selfie Impact). In 2022, Loes became a Junior Researcher at the department of 'Working in Education' of Utrecht University of Applied sciences. Here she worked on several practice-oriented studies, mainly regarding teacher jobhappiness, workload, teamcentered working and heterogeneous classes.
Currently, Loes is involved as a teacher in the bachelor's programme of Psychology
- Cooperative learning
- Socially Shared Regulation of Learning
- Working in heterogeneous groups
- Collaborative processes