I am part of a group at Michigan State University involved in teaching reform. We focus on active learning, group interaction, increasing critical thinking, and creating assessments that include higher level cognitive questions.
|Michigan State University||Associate Professor||Contact|
|Dr. Jeff Schinske||Foothill College||Contact|
|Dr. Marcia Shofner||University of Maryland||Senior Lecturer||Contact|
|Dr. Rebecca Silady||Southern Connecticut State University||Contact|
Dr. Ann Stapleton
Dr. Ann E. Stapleton's research is focused on experimental testing of genotype-environment-phenotype models and systems modeling and she has more than ten years experience in development of cyberinfrastructure for biology. She has published in computer science, statistics, and biology journals.
|University of North Carolina Wilmington||Associate Professor||Contact|
|Dr. Emily Weigel||Georgia Institute of Technology||Academic Professional||Contact|
|Dr. Brian White||University of Massachusetts, Boston||Professor||Contact|
Dr. Patrick Williams
I have taught Psychology, mostly to undergraduate students, for many years. Most recently my focus has been on teaching introductory level statistics and research methods courses. I've also done a lot of teaching online. Currently my greatest interest is in using active learning approaches to improve learning in online courses, especially statistics and research methods.
|University of Houston-Downtown||Contact|
|Dr. Karen York||Stockton University||Associate Professor||Contact|