Noah L Schroeder, Ph.D.

Department:
Leadership Studies in Educ
Title:
Associate Professor
Address:
Allyn Hall 442, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Dayton, OH 45435-0001

Noah L. Schroeder, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Educational Technology and Instructional Design. His research interests are focused on how we can design and use innovative technology tools to improve teaching and learning. In addition, he is interested in how learners' perceptions of the learning environment may influence their learning outcomes. At the present time, Dr. Schroeder is conducting research around the use of pedagogical agents (virtual characters/virtual humans), instructional video, and animation design.

Publications

Dr. Schroeder's list of publications can be found on his Google Scholar Profile

Research Gate Profile

Educational Background:

Ph.D. - Washington State University - 2013
M.A.  - Washington State University - 2011
B.S. (Biology) - Colorado State University - Pueblo - 2010

Academic Honors and Awards:

2020: Received 2019-2020 Excellence in Scholarship Award from the Wright State University College of Education and Human Services.
2019: Received Journal of Engineering Education Star Reviewer Award for 2018: Award recognizes contributions of the top 2% of reviewers for the journal in 2018.
2017: Received 2016-2017 Presidential Award for Faculty Excellence: Early Career Achievement, Wright State University.
2017: Received 2016-2017 Excellence in Scholarship Award from the Wright State University College of Education and Human Services.
2017: Undergraduate student researcher working on SIMPLE project won "Best STEM Poster" at Ohio Space Grant Consortium's Annual Symposium.
2016: Received Early Career Award from the American Educational Research Association's Special Interest Group on Instructional Technology.
2014: Invited presentation at University of Southern California’s Institute for Creative Technologies’ Workshop on Empirical Pedagogical Agent Research.
2013: Invited presentation in 2013 Promising Young Researchers Session sponsored by AERA Division D (Measurement and Research Methodology).
2012: Second Place, 2012 Graduate Student Work-in-Progress Gala sponsored by AERA Division D (Measurement and Research Methodology).

 

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