Graduate Summer Researcher
Learning and Cognition Lab (LCL)
Institute for the Science of Teaching & Learning
Joshua is a doctoral student in the LLT program at Arizona State University. Joshua’s current research interests include teaching science concepts by helping students develop the appropriate schema structure and examining the effects of interactive learning. Additionally, Joshua is working on an intervention that will use manipulatives to improve reading comprehension in children with language impairments.
Joshua received his Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Alaska Southeast and his Master of Arts in experimental psychology from at Western Washington University. As an undergraduate, he conducted research for the University of Washington. At Western Washington University, Joshua conducted research on spatial cognition and facial memory.