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Whitney  Alicia Zimmerman

Whitney Alicia Zimmerman

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  • Assistant Teaching Professor
323 Thomas Building
University Park, PA
Phone: (814) 863-7664

Education

  1. Ph.D., Educational Psychology, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
  2. M.S., Educational Psychology, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
  3. M.Ed., Adult Education, The Pennsylvania State University, World Campus
  4. Graduate Certificate, Applied Statistics, The Pennsylvania State University, World Campus
  5. Post-Baccalaureate Certificate, Distance Education, The Pennsylvania State University, World Campus
  6. B.S., Psychology, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA

Selected Publications

Zimmerman, W. A. (2017). Predicting success in an online undergraduate-level introductory statistics course using self-efficacy, values, and typical mode of instruction. International Journal of E-Learning & Distance Education.

Zimmerman, W. A., & Johnson, G. (2017). Exploring factors related to completion of an online undergraduate-Level introductory statistics course. Online Learning. 21(3). doi: 10.24059/olj.v21i3.1017

Zimmerman, W. A., Knight, S. L., Favre, D. E., & Ikhlef, A. (2017). Effect of professional development on teaching behaviors and efficacy in Qatari educational reforms. Teacher Development, 21(3).

Zimmerman, W. A., & Kulikowich, J. M. (2016). Online learning self-efficacy in students with and without online learning experience. American Journal of Distance Education, 30(3).

Zimmerman, W. A., & Goins, D. D. (2015). Calibration of self-efficacy for conducting a chi-square test of independence. Statistics Education Research Journal, 14(2).

Shattuck, K. I., Zimmerman, W. A., & Adair, D. (2014). Continuous improvement of the QM Rubric and review processes: Scholarship of integration and application. Internet Learning, 3(1).

Knight, S. L., Parker, D., Zimmerman, W., & Ikhlef, A. (2014). Investigating the relationship between perceived and observed student-centered learning environments in Qatari elementary math and science classrooms.  Learning Environments Research, 17(1), 29-47.

Research Interests

  • Statistics Education (for Non-Majors)
  • Online Education
  • Educational Psychology: Cognitive Load, Multimedia Learning, Self-Efficacy
  • Adult Education
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