I am an Associate Professor in Learning and Cognition at Florida State University. My research focuses on understanding the interactions of engineering students' motivation, emotions, beliefs, self-regulation, and achievement.
The research interests of mine are: 1) to understand teachers’ pedagogical practices and the potential effects of those practices on students’ critical thinking and epistemic beliefs in engineering domain, 2) to quantify epistemically-related emotions that occur during the epistemic activity, 3) to explore the best pedagogical practices to improve the efficiency integrating classroom project-based learning and students’ real-world problem-solving practice.
I have MS degree from Florida State University in Curriculum and Instruction and BA degree from China Nanchang University in English.
I speak English, Chinese, and some Japanese. I am a proactive person. If you are interested in my research topic, please feel free to contact me via email: email@example.com
Shayne K. McConomy is the Capstone Design Coordinator in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at FAMU-FSU College of Engineering; He holds a PhD in Automotive Engineering from Clemson University. His focus is product development and design for the automotive industry.
Dr. Mostafa Papi is an Assistant Professor of Foreign and Second Language Education in the School of Teacher Education. His research focuses on the role of motivation and personality on different aspects of second language learning including, but not limited to, learners’ cognitive engagement in the learning process, their perceptions of and response to oral and written corrective feedback, their linguistic, emotional, behavioral and learning characteristics and strategies, and their task preferences.
Jerris Hooker received his Bachelor’s degree from Florida State University followed by a Master’s degree and PhD from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. After completing his PhD, he spent the next few years at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory as a Postdoctoral Researcher. His research there was focused on developing new technology for nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) using superconducting materials. Currently he serves as a teaching faculty member in the department of electrical and computer engineering at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering as the capstone design project coordinator.
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