Projects

Externally Funded Projects

Kim, C. (PI), & Hill, R. B. (Co-PI). Collaborative research: Scaffolding preservice early childhood teachers to debug during block-based programming. National Science Foundation, Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE), $163,227, 2017-2020.

Rubenstein, E. (PI), Kim, C. (Co-PI), Fuhrman, N. (Co-PI), Newberry, M. (Co-PI), & Rieber, L. (Co-PI). “TREASURE” SAE: Teacher rejuvenation for enhancing agriscience students’ utilization of real-world experiences. US Department of Agriculture, Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI), Professional Development for Secondary School Teachers and Educational Professionals (PD-STEP), $149,724, 2017-2019.

Internally Funded Projects

Kim, C. (PI), Doshi, P. (Co-PI), & Hill, R. B. (Co-PI). RoboSTEM for STEM engagement, learning, and teaching. Office of Vice President for Research, Interdisciplinary Proposal Development Grant, Univ. of Georgia, $45,912, 2014-2015.

Kim, C. (PI), & Hill, R. B. (Co-PI). RoboTube: Technology to promote preservice teachers’ STEM engagement, learning, and teaching. 2014 Provost Summer Research Grant, Univ. of Georgia, $10,000, 2014-2014.

Saltz, D. (PI), Thai, C. (Co-PI), & Kim, C. (Co-PI). STEAM learning with humanoid robotics. Core Robotics Research Grant Program, Faculty of Robotics, Univ. of Georgia, $10,000, 2014-2015.

Kim, C. (PI), Doshi, P. (Co-PI), & Thai, C. (Co-PI). Robotics technology for students in teacher education. Learning Technologies Grant, Cr for Teaching and Learning, Univ. of Georgia, $25,000, 2013-2014.

Kim, C. (PI). Volitional control support for adolescents’ learning and performance. Summer Research Grant, College of Education, Univ. of Georgia, $5,000, 2013-2013.

Kim, C. (PI). Online mathematics motivation and learning. Summer Research Grant, College of Education, Univ. of Georgia, $5,000, 2012.

Kim, C. (PI). Promoting student success in virtual high school mathematics courses. Early Career Faculty Grant, College of Education, Univ. of Georgia, $6,000, 2010-2011.

Kim, C. (PI). Academic emotions, motivation, self-regulation in online mathematics courses. Office of Vice President for Research, Univ. of Georgia, $10,000, 2010-2011.

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