Publications by Year

The work of the CREATE Institute is to Innovate, Investigate, and Inform. We are pleased to share with you some of our academic publications and other recent efforts to disseminate important developments and research to the broader community. Some publications may be downloadable directly from us, while others may be accessed through the Journal publisher provided in the links. Please feel free to contact the author(s) if you have specific questions about any of the work listed here.


Voreis, J. S., Andrews, T. M., Federer, M. Rector, Knight, J. K., Merrill, J. E., Merrill, S., et al.. (2014). Investigating the Impact of Faculty Learning Communities on Biology Instructors. Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) Annual Meeting. presented at the 07/2014, Minneapolis, MN: SABER.
Voreis_SABERPoster_2014.pdf (634.28 KB)
Caballero, M. D., & Pollock, S. J.. (2014). A model for incorporating computation without changing the course: An example from middle-division classical mechanics. American Journal of Physics, 82(3), 231 - 237. presented at the Jan-03-2014. doi:10.1119/1.4837437
Hoskinson, A. - M., Couch, B. A., Zwickl, B. M., Hinko, K. A., & Caballero, M. D.. (2014). Bridging physics and biology teaching through modeling. American Journal of Physics, 82(5), 434 - 441. presented at the Jan-05-2014. doi:10.1119/1.4870502
Hoskinson et al 2014.pdf (2 MB)
Krajcik, J. S., Codere, Susan, Dahsah, C., Bayer, R., & Mun, K.. (2014). Planning Instruction to Meet the Intent of the Next Generation Science Standards. Journal of Science Teacher Education. presented at the 03/2014. doi:10.1007/s10972-014-9383-2
Moharreri, K., Ha, M., & Nehm, R. H.. (2014). EvoGrader: an online formative assessment tool for automatically evaluating written evolutionary explanations. Evolution: Education and Outreach, 7(1), 15. presented at the 08/2014. doi:10.1186/s12052-014-0015-2
Evograder_EE0_2014.pdf (1.08 MB)
Wagner, S. Evans, & Hesson, A.. (2014). {Individual Sensitivity to the Frequency of Socially Meaningful Linguistic Cues Affects Language Attitudes}. Journal of Language and Social Psychology. presented at the mar. doi:10.1177/0261927X14528713