Profiles in "Design and Design Thinking in Education" Expertise Area

  • Wilhelmina C. Savenye's interests include instructional design, evaluation, online and digital learning, engineering education, use of technology for learning, mentoring and informal learning.
  • Carberry's scholarship, teaching, and service are focused in the broad area of engineering education.
  • Michelle Jordan's interdisciplinary research agenda focuses on peer interaction during the creative collaboration between students, students, and teachers, or members of work teams in formal and informal learning contexts.
  • Barbara Kinach is a mathematics teacher educator who studies the role visualization and visual representations play in pre-service teacher learning of abstract mathematical knowledge and inquiry-based mathematics teaching.
  • Roscoe's research investigates how the intersection of learning science, computer science, and user science can inform effective and innovative uses of educational technologies.
  • Jordan teaches context-centered electrical engineering and embedded systems design courses and studies the use of context in both K-12 and undergraduate engineering design education.
  • Shelly Hong's diverse professional experience includes instructional design, textbook development, and teaching English as a foreign language.
  • Steve Zuiker's research explores how to design activities, resources, and projects that interconnect classrooms and schoolyards, real-world settings and digital video games, and ultimately, educational practice and research.
  • Melissa Geiselhofer serves as program coordinator and faculty for the master's of education early childhood online program.