Ashley Rhodes, Teaching Associate Professor
207 Ackert Hall
Ph.D., 2013, Kansas State University. Curriculum & Instruction.
Area(s) of Specialization
Multimedia development and use in undergraduate physiology courses, E-text design and development, Impact of instructional media on low prior knowledge learners, Self-efficacy and motivation in relation to classroom performance, Use of constructivism within ill-structured STEM domains.
BIOL 198 Principles of Biology
BIOL 340 Structure And Function Of The Human Body
BIOL 513 Physiological Adaptations Of Animals
Rhodes, A., Rozell, T. 2017. Cognitive flexibility and undergraduate physiology students: Increasing advanced knowledge acquisition within an ill-structured domain. Advances in Physiology Education 41(3): 375-382.
Rhodes, A., & Rozell, T. 2015. A constructivist approach to e-text design for use in undergraduate physiology courses. Advances in Physiology Education 39(3): 172-180.
Rhodes, A., Rozell, T., & Shroyer, M. 2014. Use of multimedia in an introductory college biology course to improve comprehension of complex material. Journal of Educational Media and Hypermedia 23(3): 285-303.