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.
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
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.