Dr. John Bell is the Director of CEPSE / COE Design Studio and the driving force behind our operations. As both the technological and pedagogical advisor for our various project groups, John leads initiatives that combine an awareness of the latest tech developments with strong theoretical and research-based educational foundations.
As a resource for faculty awareness and dialogue on issues of online learning, CEPSE / COE Design Studio also accepts a limited number of graduate student assistants who are responsible for a variety of research and development assignments. Current and recent contributors to Design Studio projects include:
William is a doctoral student in the Educational Psychology and Educational Technology program at Michigan State University. He received his BA in Classics from the University of Texas at Austin. His research interests focus on the intersections of teaching, learning, and technology.
Cui is a doctoral student in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology. Her research interest is using videos and web-based interactive learning systems to promote learners’ cognitive flexibility. Working in Design Studio, Cui finds growing interests in enhancing classroom interactivity with technology.
Daniel is doctoral student in the Educational Psychology and Educational Technology program at Michigan State University. He received his BA in Psychology from Indiana University. His research interests are cognition and mathematics.
Prior to joining the doctoral program in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology at Michigan State University, Ming taught high school chemistry and mathematics, developed standards-based curriculum, and trained teachers to implement project-based learning in blended-model schools. These experiences influenced Ming’s current research interests in how learners form relationships with their peers and their instructors in online settings, and how these relationships may influence student retention.
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