Most Recent Additions*

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integrating computational thinking through wearable technologies and programmable e-textiles
Greg J. Strimel, Abby Morehouse, Scott R. Bartholomew, Colin Swift, and Jonathan Woessner

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Kindergarten Student's Approaches to Resolving Open-Ended Design Tasks
Scott R. Bartholomew, Cameron Moon, Emily Yoshikawa Ruesch, and Greg J. Strimel

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Identifying design values across countries through adaptive comparative judgment
Scott Ronald Bartholomew, Emily Yoshikawa Ruesch, Eva Hartell, and Greg J. Strimel

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A Tool for Formative Assessment and Learning in a Graphics Design Course: Adaptive Comparative Judgement
Scott R. Bartholomew, Liwei Zhang, Esteban Garcia Bravo, and Greg J. Strimel

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engaging students in global engineering problems: flooded rice fields during water shortages
Casey Lynn Haney, Scott Bartholomew, Morgan Hauck, and Alexandria Price

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Examining the Potential of Adaptive Comparative Judgment for Elementary STEM Design Assessment
Scott R. Bartholomew, Greg J. Strimel, Liwei Zhang, and Jessica Homan

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An Investigation of Engineering Design Cognition and Achievement in Primary School
Greg J. Strimel, Scott R. Bartholomew, Eunhye Kim, and Liwei Zhang

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Examining Engineering Design Cognition with Respect to Student Experience and Performance
Greg J. Strimel, Eunhye Kim, Scott R. Bartholomew, and Diana V. Cantu

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design fixation and divergent thinking in primary children
Scott R. Bartholomew and Emily Yoshikawa Ruesch

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reducing water waste through data-driven irrigation practices
Scott R. Bartholomew, Tim McGraw, Daphne Fauber, Jon Charlesworth, and John Weitlauf

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Using Adaptive Comparative Judgment in Writing Assessment: An Investigation of Reliability Among Interdisciplinary Evaluators
Sweta Baniya, Nathan Mentzer, Scott R. Bartholomew, Amelia Chesley, Cameron Moon, and Derek R. Sherman

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inspiring innovation through engineering design and ideation
Cameron Moon, Scott R. Bartholomew, and John Weitlauf

*Updated as of 11/27/21.