Jason Lodge, PhD is Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, School of Education and Academic Lead – Student Learning, Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation. Jason’s research focuses on the cognitive, metacognitive, social and emotional mechanisms of concept learning and conceptual change. He has an international profile for his research on the translation of the science of learning into practice in educational settings, particularly in digital learning environments and higher education. Jason leads the Learning, Instruction and Technology Lab, is the lead editor of Australasian Journal of Educational Technology and an editor of Student Success. He has received over $2.5 million in competitive funding and has over 100 peer-reviewed publications. 

Jason has extensive experience in teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level in face-to-face, blended and online modes. He has won numerous teaching awards at university and national levels. Since 2010, Jason has been working with academic colleagues on aspects of the design and delivery of their courses, previously at Griffith University and The University of Melbourne. Jason joined UQ and ITaLI in 2018 and has primarily been leading and partnering with academic and professional colleagues on the implementation of blended learning.