SoTL

Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (SOTL)

I am currently researching best practices for leveraging technology use in higher education. I have two main interests: (1) I am assessing whether the integration of digital and social media into my courses relates to student attitudes, engagement, and perception of learning and (2) I am interested in whether using technology as a means of inquiry-based learning (e.g., using psychophysiology technology to collect data in class) facilitates learning or student perceptions of learning.

Teaching Vs. Learning via: tinyurl.com/n7zpv5
Teaching Vs. Learning via: tinyurl.com/n7zpv5

SoTL Publications

Halfmann, K., & Kurczek, J. C. (2018). Instructional resources for psychology: Teaching communication and scientific literacy through digital and social media. Society for Teaching of Psychology Teaching Resources, retrieved from http://teachpsych.org/page-1603066

SoTL Presentations

Halfmann, K. (November, 2018). Using a psychophysiology lab in introductory psychology to teach neuroscientific concepts. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.

Halfmann, K. (2018, October). Using a Psychophysiology Lab to Bust the “Lie Detector” Myth in General Psychology. Poster presented at the Society for the Teaching of Psychology Annual Conference on Teaching, Phoenix, AZ.

Receiving the Early Career Psychologists Poster Award from Dr. Stein at the Society for the Teaching of Psychology Annual Conference on Teaching
Receiving the Early Career Psychologists Poster Award from Dr. Stein at the Society for the Teaching of Psychology Annual Conference on Teaching
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