MoveLab member Kelly Ross has accepted a new position as a Learning Engineer, New Learning Solutions at Southern New Hampshire University. Congrats Kelly!
MoveLab member Ahmet Basyigit has passed his dissertation proposal defense. Congratulations Ahmet! Keep up the good work!
Dr. Benjamin Heddy has published a new paper “Myth-Busting With Infographics: Do Creative Assignments Help Students Learn?”
Dr. Benjamin Heddy has published a new paper “Myth-Busting With Infographics: Do Creative Assignments Help Students Learn?” with his co-authors Jenel T. Cavazos, William Stern, and Elise Stephenson. Their study presents a creative and engaging myth refutation assignment that uses an infographic format to promote the refutation of psychological misconceptions.Congratulations!
We are so pleased to inform you that our MOVELAB member Murat Turk has passed his Qualifying Exam in his doctoral program in Learning Sciences at OU and has now become a Ph.D. candidate. Congratulations, Murat! Way to go!
We are pleased to inform you that our MOVELAB member Murat Turk will present as a co-author the paper “Effects of Synchronous Online Learning on Educational Outcomes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis” at the 2021 Virtual AERA Annual Meeting. Congratulations to Murat on this accomplishment! Read more…
MOVELAB members Dr. Benjamin Heddy, Murat Turk, and Ceyhun Muftuoglu will present at the 2021 Virtual AERA Annual Meeting
We are pleased to inform you that our paper, “Goal Orientations and Cognitive Engagement as Predictors of Conceptual Change about COVID-19” submitted for consideration for the 2021 Virtual AERA Annual Meeting has been accepted! Congratulations to our lab members on this accomplishment!
New Publication – Conceptual Change in Science Teaching and Learning: Introducing the Dynamic Model for Conceptual Change
Dr. Ben Heddy along with Louis S. Nadelson, Suzanne Jones, Gita Taasoobshirazi, and Marcus Johnson have published an article titled “Conceptual Change in Science Teaching and Learning: Introducing the Dynamic Model of Conceptual Change” in the International Journal of Educational Psychology. Abstract Conceptual change can be a challenging process, particularly in Read more…