Ashley Rhodes, Teaching 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., Wilson, A., & Rozell T. 2020. Value of Case-Based Learning within STEM Courses: Is It the Method or Is It the Student? CBE Life Sciences 19(3): 1-11.
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.