Matthew J. Stuve Professional Web Site


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iStudio: A Decade of Studio Pedagogy


EDPSY Program
Associate Professor

Learn about rGrade, the assessment system I developed
I am on the faculty of the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows program

Learn about the EPIC Student Learning Academy

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Microsoft PowerPoint
Founder & Director: 1999-2008

Welcome to my professional web site (under reconstruction).

This site is designed to guide you through my academic and professional world at Ball State University. I direct the Center for Technology in Education (CTE) and I am an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology in Teachers College, Ball State University. My Ph.D. is in Educational Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with emphases in learning and technology.

Current Appointments and Activities (Spring 2013):


EDPSY Program
Starting July 1, 2011, I have returned to my academic origins by joining the faculty of the Ball State Department of Educational Psychology. While I have always brought my background in educational psychology to my work in educational technology, my professional goals in creating the EDTEC programs were to define Ball State’s presence in the professions that facilitate and integrate technology in K-12 teaching and learning. With the creation of the EDTEC undergraduate programs (2002), graduate programs (2003; 2004), and certificates (2010) for on-campus, online, hybrid, and school-based delivery, I have met my goals for the EDTEC program.

I am continuing my research in the areas of digital and visual literacy, assessment technology, online and distributed learning, and inquiry and simulations, but with a focus on the learning sciences (for me: cognition, instructional and interaction design, and learning informatics). My professional mission is still to advance teaching and learning in K-12 schools, but the trajectory of my efforts begins with more with basic research into Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) leading to the application of educational psychology to the development of models, media, and systems for teaching and learning.