Asst Prof Azilawati BTE JAMALUDIN

Co-Principal Investigator

Asst Prof Azilawati Jamaludin is Assistant Professor of the Learning Sciences with the Learning Sciences and Assessment Academic Group at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University. She is also Assistant Dean for Science of Learning in Education. As a Learning Scientist, she conducts research in the interdisciplinary areas of Science of Learning, Games and Learning, Educational Innovations for Learning and Education Impact. At the nexus of scientific inquiry and human development, she also focuses on translating research in the science of learning into actionable strategies and educational methodologies to unlock human potential. She is registered with the British Psychological Society with qualifications in Educational testing and Ability assessments.

Singapore - NTU



Research Interest

Key Publications

Google Scholar Link

Jamaludin, A., Hung, D. Problem-solving for STEM learning: navigating games as narrativized problem spaces for 21st century competencies. RPTEL 12, 1 (2017).

Toh, Y., Hung, W.L.D., Chua, P.M.-H., He, S. and Jamaludin, A. (2016), "Pedagogical reforms within a centralised-decentralised system: A Singapore’s perspective to diffuse 21st century learning innovations", International Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 30 No. 7, pp. 1247-1267.

Toh, Y., Jamaludin, A., Hung, W.L.D. et al. Ecological Leadership: Going Beyond System Leadership for Diffusing School-Based Innovations in the Crucible of Change for 21st Century Learning. Asia-Pacific Edu Res 23, 835–850 (2014).

Jamaludin, A., Chee, Y.S., & Ho, C.M.L. (2009). Fostering argumentative knowledge construction through enactive role play in Second Life, Computers & Education, 53(2) 317-329,


2021 National Day Commendation Medal from the President\'s Office of Singapore
2021 Excellence in Research Award NIE