Christopherson, Robert M.
Educational Technology with AME concentration
Mary Lou Fulton Teacher’s College
Robert is a PhD student in Education Technology with a concentration in Arts, Media and Engineering. His interests are in Affective Computing, Animated Pedagogical Agents, Self-Regulated Learning, Effective Feedback, and Evaluation of Learning Through Psychophysiological expressions (i.e., eye movement, pupil dilation, facial expressions, EEG and skin conductance). His background is in Instructional Design and Technology with a M.S from Western Illinois University, and Multimedia Communication and Technology with a B.S. from Utah Valley University. His experience includes developing multimedia learning environments and instructional modules for corporate, educational and government entities and conducting lab and classroom research on the cognitive and affective processes associated with learning.