Thirteen members of USC Rossier faculty receive promotions
A roundup of observations from three days at the education technology conference
Katzman/Ernst Chair Alan Arkatov and Assistant Professor of Clinical Education Helena Seli are attending the Austin conference on educational innovation.
Faculty members Helena Seli and Brandon Martinez and alumnus Jerry Chih-Yuan Sun EdD ’06 have co-authored an article in the Journal of Educational Technology & Society titled, “Just-in-Time or Plenty-of-Time Teaching? Different Electronic Feedback Devices and Their Effect on Student Engagement.”
Learning can happen anywhere. Today, people engage in learning in many spaces far beyond the traditional classroom, such as in corporations, museums, shopping centers, military bases, or online at home.
Rossier adjunct professor Melanie Brady EdD ’12 published her second article about clickers and metacognition.
As a member of the board, Helena Seli will help bridge the gap between theory and practice and in doing so provide sound advice to the practitioner regarding effective practice.
The fourth edition of Motivation and Learning Strategies for College Success: A Focus on Self-Regulated Learning by Myron Dembo and Helena Seli has just been released by Routledge. Dembo is an Emeritus Professor of Educational Psychology and specializes in areas of learning and motivation, with special focus on teaching students how to become more self-regulated […]
USC Rossier School of Education doctoral candidate Benjamin Heddy knows students learn best when they are emotionally connected to the material.
Their 2007 book is titled Motivation and learning strategies for college success: A self-management approach.