Pinsuda Srisontisuk is a PhD student through the Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarship in Open World Learning at the Institute of Educational Technology. She is currently researching the use of 'educational app' amongst young learners. She received her BSc in Education/Special Education from New York University, before becoming an early years educator in Thailand. Pinsuda then went on to pursue her MA in Computing in Education from King's College London, while interning at the Informatic and Technology Enhanced Learning Hub. She then worked with Teach for Thailand as a Leadership Development Manager, to coach and support teaching fellows in the program.
Pinsuda's research interest include early childhood education, digital learning, mobile learning, developmental psychology, apps, parental choices, and creativity.
An Experimental Investigation of ‘Drill-and-Practice’
Mobile Apps and Young Children (2022)
Herodotou, Christothea; Mangafa, Chrysoula and Srisontisuk, Pinsuda
International journal of interactive mobile technologies, 16(7)
[Book Review] Understanding digital technologies and young children: an international perspective, edited by Susanne Garvis and Narelle Lemon (2019)
Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, 34(2) (pp. 211-216)