Symposium Archive

Exploring Knowledge Gaining Processes of International Undergraduate Students in Educational Psychology Related Courses 
Maggie Zou

The Perception of the Educator: Working with Children Facing Chronic Illnesses or Extended Hospitalizations and Healthcare Experiences
Emily Mozena

Parent-child Interactions in Home Numeracy Activities: Investigating the Effect of Game Format 
Joyce Zhou

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Stop Boring Me to Death: The role of Interest in Student Motivation and Success
Cassandra Olmstead

Cooperative Learning and Reflection in an Inquiry-based Computer Organization Course
Yeajin Ham

Drop in to Skatepark Design: Connected Family Physics in a Children's Museum
Jeremy Dietmeyer​​​​​​​

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Influences of the Cohort System on the Development of Teacher Self-Efficacy among Pre-Service Teachers
Jeni Sizemore

Tools and the Study Process in Undergraduate Study Groups
Salim George

Designing Biology Education Learning Environments that Incorporate Mathematical Representations: Centralizing Explanation and Mechanistic Reasoning First
Matthew Lira

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Teaching, Playing, and Texting: Patterns of Adult Engagement in Children's Museums
Jeremy Dietmeier

Multiple Goals of Mediated Action: Educational Tools as Sites of Conflict within a Learning Environment
Kathy Schuh & Salim George

Understand, Challenge, Play: Collaborative Inquiry into Adaptive Cruise Control
Ethan Valentine, Joyce Zhou, Joyce Moore, & Ben DeVane

Nordic Nights, or, Research and Teaching amid the Norwegian Fjords
Steve Alessi

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Expert-novice differences in reasoning strategies during a large-scale video game: A case study of Heathstone
Lina Sun

Implementing an active learning approach in an educational psychology course
LaShelle Morrison

Perceived self-identities and student motivation for involvement in multicultural student organizations
Shelby Herig

Development and validation of a Thai translation of International Personality Item Pool (IPIP)
Chakadee Waiyavutti

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Digital Mediacation: Reducing Distress via Cooperative Tablet Engagement
Ben Miller

The Outsiders: Role Perception, Conflict, and Group Efficacy in Skewed Teacher Collaboration Groups
Wendy Anderson

The SPARK Testing Method and its Effects on Learning
Kara Hagemann

App and Early Numeracy Development: Investigating Parent-child Joint Use
Yile (Joyce) Zhou

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Opportunities for research/design practicum
Jae-eun Russell, Center for Teaching

The relationship between dietary micronutrient intake and student attention
Julie Seier

TraumaHawk survey: Investigating workplace apps with learning in mind
Ethan Valentine

One-to-one technology initiatives and its affect on the learning environment
Gary Steffensmeier

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