This group represents our Studies of Emotion and Affect in Education Laboratory (SEAEL- pronounced ‘seal’). We are a group of education, science education, and sociology researchers who are interested in uncovering and unraveling the complexities of enacted curriculum in classrooms and teacher education. Our distinct approach involves understanding affective and emotional aspects of classroom life to enhance the conditions of teachers and students. Our laboratory currently consists of international members from Australia, Bhutan and Brazil.
Dumcho Wangdi (PhD Candidate)
Priscila Rebollo De Campos (PhD Candidate)
Sonam Choegyal (PhD Candidate)
Subhashni Appanna (PhD Candidate)
Tshewang Namgyel (EdD Candidate)