Research & Theory

Michelle Hudson
Brigham Young University

Michelle Hudson graduated with a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Utah. Her previous work focused on understanding collaborative learning conversations during technology use, examining the impact of technology-based resources during inquiry activities, and determining the impact of varied digital and concrete resources on studentsí learning processes and outcomes in classroom and museum environments. She is currently in a postdoctoral position at Brigham Young University, working on a National Science Foundation grant focused on helping rural science teachers learn about three-dimensional science teaching, plan and implement three-dimensional science lessons, and build their social network of peers. She is excited to become more involved in AECT.

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