Western Michigan University
Kate is the ASCN Research Director and a Postdoctoral Research Associate at CRICPE. Her research interests include evidence-based teaching and learning, environmental effects on learning, learner cognition, bilingualism, and second language teaching and learning. She earned her Ph.D. from the Ohio State University (2015) in Slavic linguistics and second language studies.
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2019 Transforming Institutions Conference Report part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Posts
The 2019 ASCN Transforming Institutions Conference brought together more than 140 researchers, faculty, change agents, and administrators to focus on transforming undergraduate education. We were pleased to include ...
Funding Educational Change Projects: A Panel Discussion at the 2019 Transforming Institutions Conference part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Posts
The panel on funding at the 2019 Transforming Institutions Conference featured two representatives from funding agencies: David Asai (Senior Director for Science Education, HHMI) and Andrea Nixon (Program Director, ...
Using the Change Dashboard to Conceptualize Change Projects for Campus Reforms part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Transforming Institutions Conference:Program:Pre-Conference Workshops:Using the Change Dashboard to Conceptualize Change Projects for Campus Reforms
Planning for successful institutionalization of effective instructional strategies and policies in undergraduate education requires understanding the complexity of the system under consideration and purposefully ...