Dr. Karrie Godwin to give invited talk at University of Minnesota
The Child Development Lab’s PI, Dr. Karrie Godwin, will present an invited presentation at the University of Minnesota August 22-23. Godwin will discuss how game-based assessment and novel technologies may improve our measurement and understanding of attention.
Join us in Montreal at CogSci 2019!
Dr. Karrie Godwin and her doctoral student, Grace Murray, will be presenting at CogSci July 26 and 27th. Please stop by at the following sessions to learn more about the work being conducted in the Child Development Lab:
Friday, July 26 from 1 to 2:30pm:
-"Give Me A Break": Can Brief Bouts of Physical Activity Reduce Elementary Children's Attentional Failures and Improve Learning?
Saturday, July 27 from 1 to 2:30pm:
-Book Design, Attention, and Reading Performance: Current Practices and Opportunities for Optimization
-1.9 Million Hits and Counting: An Investigation of the Cognitive Alignment of Hundred Boards for Subtraction Thinking
Kent State Undergraduate Research Symposium
Aimee Wildrick, SURE fellowship recipient, presents Child Development Lab research investigating how classroom decorations influence attention and learning. The project is ongoing.
Research Assistant to Present in October
Undergraduate Research Assistant Aimee Wildrick was accepted into Kent State’s competitive Summer Undergraduate Research Experience. Her presentation on her research experience with the Child Development Lab will be October 2 from 1-2 p.m. in the Student Center.
Presenting at Kent State's Graduate Symposium
Doctoral student Grace Murray presents preliminary data on the use of movement breaks to improve attention at Kent State University’s annual Graduate Student Symposium. (April 2017)
Kent State’s Child Development Lab volunteers for Kelly’s Grief Center, a local non-profit that provides counseling services for individuals who have lost a loved one.
(From left to right: Grace Murray, Karrie Godwin, Rachael Todaro, Emily Bliss, Aimee Wildrick, Tim Hafer)
SRCD Early Career Scholar
The Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) named Dr. Karrie Godwin an Early Career Scholar Grant Recipient for her research on optimizing the classroom visual environment. To learn more about her research, click here.
Dr. Karrie Godwin recognized as Outstanding IES Fellow