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Physics Education Research (PER)
Evidence Based Reasoning & Scientific Argumentation
Scientific Inquiry and Engineering Design
Pedagogy Professional Development
Science Education & Educational Technologies
- Pedagogy (Physics Education Research)
- Munsell, J., Rebello, N. S., & Rebello, C. M. (2021). Using natural language processing to predict student problem solving performance (external link) . In M. Bennett, B.W. Frank, & R.E. Vieyra (Eds.), 2021 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings [Virtual Conference, August 4-5, 2021]. AAPT PERTG.
- Rebello C. M., Asunda P. A., & Wang H. H. (2020). Infusing evidence-based reasoning in integrated STEM (external link) . In C. Johnson, M. Mohr-Schroeder, T. Moore & L. English, (Eds.). Handbook of Research on STEM Education (pp. 184-495). Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
- Fennell, H.W., Lyon, J.A., Magana, A.J., Rebello, S., Rebello, C., and Piedrahita, Y. (2019) Designing hybrid physics labs: Combining simulation and experiment for teaching computational thinking in first-year engineering (external link) . In Proceedings of the 49th IEEE-ERM Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), Cincinnatti, OH, USA. October 16-19, 2019.
- Uruena, Y. P., Rebello, C. M., Dasgupta, C., Magana, A. J., & Rebello, N. S. (2017). Impact of contrasting designs and argumentation scaffolds on elementary pre-service teachers’ use of science ideas in engineering design tasks (external link) . In D. L. Jones, L. Ding, & A. Traxler (Eds.), 2017 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings. Melville, NY: American Institute of Physics.
- Rebello, C. M. (2016). Argumentation prompts mediating student resource use on conceptual problems (external link) . In D. L. Jones, L. Ding, & A. Traxler (Eds.), 2016 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings. Melville, NY: American Institute of Physics.
- Retrieval Practice Scaffolded Argumentation to Facilitate Problem Solving on Structured and Semi-Structured Tasks in Introductory Undergraduate Physics. NSF IUSE, Carina Rebello (PI), Tianlong Zu (Co-PI – Jackson State University), Megan Pickett (Co-PI – Lawrence University), and Sanjay Rebello (Co-PI). $600, 000 for three years (PENDING – 08/2022 – 07/2025).
- Infusing Design in a Physics Course for Engineers. NSF Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE: EHR), Carina Rebello (PI), Jason Morphew (Co-PI – Purdue University), and Sanjay Rebello (Co-PI – Purdue University). $299, 996 for three years (10/2020 – 09/2023).
- ARISE: Argumentation Infused Scale-Up Environment. NSF Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE: EHR), Carina Rebello (PI), Lynn Bryan (Co-PI – Purdue University), Andy Hirsch (Co-PI – Purdue University), and Mark Haugan (Co-PI – Purdue University). $299,676 for three years (08/2017 – 07/2023).
- Adjunct Assistant Professor of Practice, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN), 2022 – Present.
- American Association for Physics Teachers (AAPT), member, 2019 – 2020: Nominating Committee Member
- National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST), member, 2022 - Present: Elections Committee member, 2018 – 2021: Research Committee member, 2016 – 2018: Co-Strand Coordinator – Strand 5: College Science Teaching
- Canadian Association of Physics (CAP), member
- European Science Education Research Association (ESERA), member
- College of Science Outstanding Teacher Award, Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN), 2018 – 2019. On behalf of the Purdue Science Student Council.
- SPIRA Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN), 2019.
|2012||PhD||University of Missouri (Learning, Teaching, & Curriculum – Science Education)|
|2007||MSc||Ball State University (Physics)|
|2005||Hons. BSc||Kansas State University (Physics)|