Meet The Team
Christopher Devers received a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, as well as a MS in educational administration and a BS in engineering and technology education from Purdue University. He is an Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University in the School of Education.
Overall, Dr. Devers is interested in applied metacognitive processes and how people learn. Specifically, he explores learning using videos, mobile devices, and in online environments. He is also interested in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) and student success.
Erin Devers received a PhD in psychology from Indiana University, and is a Professor at Indiana Wesleyan University. As a social psychologist and educator, her work has centered on creative uses of technology to nudge students/fellow educators/parents towards good decision-making practices.
Specifically, she has used nudges to reduce stress and improve job performance among early childhood educators, increase enrollment in a free preschool program, encourage learning in
university settings, and increase feelings of social belonging.