I am a Ph.D. Candidate at Michigan State University in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology. Before MSU, I taught biology, chemistry, and earth science at a public high school in North Carolina.

My research focuses on support and documenting student engagement in activities focused around work with data. I also explore how new data sources and methods (such as log-trace data and network analysis) can be used as part of educational research. I’m passionate about developing activities and tools designed to make it easier for learners to use data to ask and answer questions that are important to them. You can see links to and resources for publications and other products on my Publications page.

In addition to topics related to engaging in data practices in STEM. I teach courses broadly in the areas of educational psychology (and the learning sciences), educational technology, research methodology, and teacher education. I am committed to open science; accordingly, all of the content on this website and its source code can be viewed and re-purposed.

If you are looking to get in touch or to connect, I maintain profiles / accounts on the following platforms:

You can also email me at jrosen@msu.edu.

Note that some of the posts (particularly those that are tutorials or worked examples) on this site are syndicated on R-bloggers and RWeekly.

A head shot photograph is available here.