Teaching Award

Professor Morphew won the 2024 Early Career Teaching Award


In this blog post we explore best practices for the design of augmented reality and virtual reality for STEM education

Best Paper Award

We are honored to announce that our paper on computational thinking in integrated physics labs was awarded best PIC III Paper.

New ASEE Paper

We are excited for our systematic review of quantitative methods published in the 2023 ASEE conference proceedings.

New Article

Self-Regulated Learning Article Accepted by Physical Review: Physics Education Research.
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Welcome to i2Engineering

Our research group explores student conceptual understanding in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) courses. Our research team examines learning through a self-regulated learning framework. Within this framework we view learning through constructivist and embodied cognition lenses, and student decision making through an expectancy-value lens. From these perspectives, our research examines how learning environments, pedagogical practices, and learning technologies affect student learning, interest, identity, motivation, and decision making. 

Check out our blog published by AAAS. Read the post here.

Our lab made a recent appearance on Dr. Ruth Strevler's podcast discussing our work on embodied cognition and learning technology. Listen to the the episode here.