John Chancey Presents! NCIC 2019

John Chancey is back at it again, presenting his research Using an Internet-based Mindfulness Intervention to Facilitate Conceptual Change on Fluoridated Water at NCIC 2019. Congratulations and keep it up! Abstract Using a pre- and post- test design we explored whether an app-based mindfulness intervention along with an expository text could Read more…

John Chancey Presents! AERA 2019

John Chancey of the OU MOVE Lab presented their study Examining the Effects of Single-Shot Mindfulness Intervention on Conceptual Change at AERA 2019. Congratulations! Examining the Effects of Single-Shot Mindfulness Intervention on Conceptual Change Abstract Our research explored whether a single-shot mindfulness intervention combined with refutation text would facilitate conceptual change. Study Read more…

Ben and Jacqueline after Jacquelin's Dissertation defense

Dissertation Defended!

MOVElab member Jacqueline Goldman successfully defended her dissertation April 25th, 2018. Congratulations Dr. Goldman! We wish you all the best as you head on to your next chapter at Delta State.

MOVElab at NCIC

MOVElab Members present research at AERA

Members of MOVElab recently presented research at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association and the 2018 NCIC conference. MOVElab members Alexandra Stroukoff, John Chancey, and Jacqueline Goldman gave 5 presentations between them, including:  Making Brain Food: Photosynthesis and Authenticity. A. Stroukoff, B. Heddy, S. Wilson,  L. Read more…

MOVElab at AERA

MOVElab Members take on NYC

In April, three members of MOVElab along with Dr. Benjamin Heddy had the opportunity to attend the 2018 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association and the NCIC National Conference. Attendance at national conferences is a key part of graduate student experiences. Conference attendance offers opportunities to network with Read more…

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