Epistemic Thinking Group

Members of the epistemic thinking research group conduct studies on various aspects of epistemic thinking and digital literacy. The group meets regularly to plan studies, analyze data, provide feedback on writing, and read new articles.

Current Members

(In alphabetical order)

Fayez Abed
PhD student
Research interest: Scaffolding source evaluation

Ohad Davidow
MA Student 
Research interest: 
Epistemic evaluation of informal online argumentation

Oshra Duek
PhD Student (Co-advisor: Dani Ben-Zvi)
Research interest: Emergence of epistemic norms in learning communities

Na'ama Goldik
MA student
Research interest: Epistemic thinking and strategy video games

Dr. Shiri Mor-Hagani

Post-doctoral fellow
Research interest: The contribution of reflective writing to epistemic growth

anna Tal Savir
MA student 
Research interest: The contribution of mapping to integration of multiple documents

Eynav Tzadok
MA student (Co-advisor: Yoram Eshet-Alkalai)
Research interest: The role of individual differences in prompted and unprompted sourcing

Asnat Zohar
Research coordinator


Masters graduates:

  • Maha Amer
  • Irena Perel
  • Idit Rapel-London
  • Tzipi Rosenfeld 
  • Ibtisam Ka'adan
  • Talia Shlomi-Elooz
  • Fayez Abed

Ibtisam Ka'adan (left) and a friend in graduation ceremony